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Trashco seeks stay of ban from accessing landfill

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Trashco is doing all it can to prevent being banned from the Solid Waste Management Division. The company is trying to intervene in the ongoing consent decree case after it was given notice that they would no longer be able to dispose of solid waste on the island due to their outstanding $350,000 outstanding bill. 

Trashco contends being banned from accessing the landfill would result in the closure of the business.  The company filed another emergency request to the court asking that the ban not be implemented yet. In an order issued today the court requested additional information should Trashco be allowed to intervene in the case. 

The parties have until next week to respond.

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