Koster says this doesn’t mean the landfill is off the hook for the odor violations of the past several years.
Residents who collect damages from a $6.8 million class-action settlement over the smoldering Bridgeton Landfill in St. Louis County can still pursue separate legal claims related to radiation risks.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster to seek a preliminary injunction ordering the landfill’s owner to boost its oversight while also paying the state more money to monitor the site.
Attorney General Chris Koster wants the EPA to test the roads around the West Lake landfill to make sure they don’t have high levels of radiation.
Some people are still unsatisfied that the EPA won’t test a nearby drainage ditch that’s apparently a play area for kids.
The EPA has responded to Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s demand for more radiation tests on the haul roads around the West Lake landfill.
Mayor Conrad Bowers stated that the screening is being conducted to alleviate any possible concerns as to the safety for anyone visiting the complex.
Residents living near site of odor nuisance quiz attorney who reached potential deal for plaintiffs
The fear of radioactive contamination forced organizers to move a major little league tournament from a sports complex in Bridgeton.
Chris Koster sent a letter calling on the EPA to test for radiological contamination in the surrounding community, and filed a motion in St. Louis County Circuit Court.