Town takes trip around Carbone

Shanoff, Barry
July 1998
World Wastes;Jul98, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p116
Trade Publication
Reports that a local government may take over municipal solid waste operations and may limit private haulers without violating the constitution, according to the US Federal Court of Appeals in `Sal Tinnerello & Sons Inc. v. Town of Stonington et al.' Exemptions to the rule banning states from passing laws impairing contractual relations; Waste disposal agency in southeastern Connecticut.


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