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Waste Management Fined $528K for Odor at Pennsylvania LandfillsWaste Management Fined $528K for Odor at Pennsylvania Landfills

August 4, 2015

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Waste Management Fined $528K for Odor at Pennsylvania Landfills

Bucks County Courier Times

The state Department of Environmental Protection has fined Waste Management, Inc. $528,000 for odor and water treatment violations at its landfills in Falls and Tullytown, officials said.

The odor violation stems from the Tullytown Landfill that straddles the Tullytown-Falls border — and comes after the “frequent and recurring offsite odor nuisances experienced by Florence, New Jersey, residents,” DEP officials said in a press release Monday.

“We received and verified complaints regarding offsite odors from (the) Tullytown Landfill throughout a period from September 2014 through May 2015, despite efforts undertaken by the operator in an attempt to control and minimize their occurrence,” DEP Southeast Regional Director Cosmo Servidio said in the release. “The number and persistence of the offsite odors warranted a civil penalty.”

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