Missouri Landfill Cleanup Stalled After Underground Smolder

March 21, 2022

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A $205 million Superfund project to clean up the Missouri landfill has been stalled. 

The EPA originally announced the project to clean up the West Lake Landfill in suburban St. Louis in 2018. The waste is located near another landfill that sits near in underground smolder that has been burning for more than a decade.

While it was anticipated that the project would take four years, that timetable is no longer the case.

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