State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill was permanently closed in 2011.
State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill was permanently closed in 2011. Modesto Bee file
State water officials are worried that toxic underground water from the Geer Road landfill is moving toward the Tuolumne River. The gates are locked and the entrance of the landfill was permanently closed in 2011. Modesto Bee file

Stanislaus County will expand cleanup of Geer Road landfill site

June 13, 2014 08:21 PM

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