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Pasco Sanitary Landfill Site: Ecology to Issue Enforcement Order

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14-09-025April 2014
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Author(s) Carol Bergin
Description The Pasco Sanitary Landfill site covers nearly 250 acres and is located about 1.5 miles northeast of the city of Pasco in Franklin County, Washington. The Washington State Department of Ecology proposes to issue an Enforcement Order to 32 different parties for this site. The Enforcement Order requires these Potentially Liable persons (PLPs) to expedite work in the Balefill area of the landfill, where an underground fire continues to burn. You are invited to review proposal documents and submit comments from April 30 through May 29, 2014.
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Keywords landfill, hazardous site
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