AG's office now involved in PBC waste in Clinton Landfill debate
(MCT) — CLINTON — Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office has thrown its support behind a move to send plans to store PCB chemical waste at Clinton Landfill back to the DeWitt County Board.
The attorney general has asked the Illinois Pollution Control Board to allow her office to intervene on behalf of a request from several Central Illinois communities, including Bloomington and Normal. They see storing such chemical waste at the landfill as a potential threat to the Mahomet Aquifer, which supplies drinking water to about 750,000 people in the region.
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