Candia wants DES to waive required removal of ash pile
Stantec Consulting Services said removal of the pile, which dates back to 1981, would cost between $350,000 and $500,000.
“The issue is the same as I have talked about all along. It appears this will have a significant cost impact, and we asked for permission to not move the material last year and was told by the DES that we had to get rid of it. Are they going to change their mind?” Snow said.
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