Landfill Permits Out of Corps' Hands

Shanoff, Barry
October 1998
World Wastes;Oct98, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p108
Trade Publication
Examines a court's ruling on the suit filed against the United States Army Corps of Engineers for denying Resource Investments Inc.'s (RII) application for a permit to construct a municipal landfill on a wetland site in Pierce County, Washington. Conditions set by the county to allow RII to develop the landfill; Reasons of the Army Corps of Engineers for denying RII's permit application.


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