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EPA seeks public comment on permits

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public comment for the draft solid waste management permits for three facilities.  Tomson, LLC is looking to receive a permit for a solid waste storage and processing facility for used tires, metals and computer/electronic scraps in Tamuning. 

Smithbridge Guam is seeking a permit for a solid waste hardfill to dispose of construction and demolition debris in Chalan Pago.  A third permit is being sought by Andersen Air Force Base to construct a solid waste transfer facility for military, commercial and residential waste on the base in Yigo.  The draft permits and fact sheets are available for review at the EPA's Tiyan offices. 

The deadline to provide comments is November 1.

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