As federal receivership of the closure of Ordot Dump nears its end, District Court of Guam Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood ordered on Aug. 31 federal and local government agencies to provide updates and reports on plans for the transition of the maintenance of the site.
Approval of a post-closure plan was delayed because of the exceedance of landfill gas in two perimeter wells. The court has ordered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to explain why it is necessary to withhold approval of the entire post-closure plan to address this problem and also explain whether the criteria . . .
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