The owners of the burning Bridgeton landfill settle a class action lawsuit with hundreds of area residents over odors drifting from the site.
A three-day state hearing on Ameren Missouri’s planned coal ash landfill in Franklin County starts Monday in Jefferson City.
Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she’s waiting for a response from the EPA about efforts to give the Army Corps of Engineers more control of the Westlake Landfill in Bridgeton.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a public hearing April 8 on the draft solid waste disposal area construction permit allowing Ameren Missouri to construct the Ameren Missouri Labadie Utility Waste Landfill in Franklin County.
Emergency planners in Bridgeton will discuss how to approach possible evacuations.
A former DA former Dept. of Energy official in the Clinton Administration is expected to call for new action on the West Lake Landfill tonight in Bridgeton.
It was a meeting between EPA officials and Bridgeton residents that often devolved into chaotic shouting and left many questions unanswered.
State Representative Bill Otto is scheduled to release new information Monday afternoon regarding the burning Bridgeton landfill.
A public hearing has been scheduled in regards to Ameren’s request for a coal ash landfill.
Republic Services says it will remove six concrete columns from the landfill, which will make the smell worse for about two weeks.