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DEP fines County Landfill, Inc. $20,000 for violations

In January, the DEP assessed a $20,000 fine against the now-closed County Landfill in Farmington Township, Pennsylvania for not controlling off-site odors and incompletely documenting and investigating the odor complaints, according to the Daily Update. Further, they were fined for leachate spills in July and August, 2008 when workers dismantled landfill equipment.

This comes on top of a $225,149 fine in October, 2008 for exceeding the state's pollution limits. According to the Daily Update the landfill has been accumulating violations and fines since 2004.

We are keeping an eye on this story for developments. While I do not represent anyone associated with this case, I do represent hundreds of similarly situated people around the country in environmental litigation cases. To find out if The Simon Law Firm can help with a landfill litigation case, contact Todd Hageman toll free or via e-mail.

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