Landfills cited for exceeding boundaries
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The landfills in certain townships nationwide, in addition to odor problems, have been cited for having buried trash outside of the permitted area, according to a report in the Beacon Journal.
The EPA also released lists of several violations.
For the past two years, underground fires and odor problems have plagued these landfills, according to the Journal.
Weitz & Luxenberg, P.C. represents over 50 water providers whose water supplies have been contaminated with MTBE, as well as several communities around the country for the personal injuries and property damage they have suffered as a result of pollution.
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