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By Karla Pomeroy

More monitoring wells required

Worland landfill moves forward with next step in permitting process


February 9, 2016

WORLAND — The Washakie County Solid Waste Disposal District Board took another step forward in their performance-based pit permit process at their meeting Monday night by signing to contracts.

Eric Graney, hydrogeologist for Inberg–Miller, presented two contracts for signatures, one for well monitoring for $41,870 at the landfill near Worland, that also includes the costs of lab work; and one for the permitting and design for performance-based pit with a cost of $246,000. The cost included $55,000 for the permit and about $90,000 for wells.

The board had previously approved the contract...

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