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GRRP, EPA back in court over landfill

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Guam Resource Recovery Partners was in court this week with the Guam Environmental Protection Agency regarding the construction of a new landfill in Atantano, Santa Rita. GRRP legal counsel Attorney Arthur Clark says they went before Judge Vern Perez in hopes to move forward with their writ to have the Guam EPA give GRRP an administrative hearing before moving forward with the permit for the Layon landfill.

GRRP is the company that is trying to construct a waste-to-energy facility and landfill in Atantano. The judge took the matter under advisement, and Clark says a hearing to discuss the motion will be set at a later date.

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