State: Casella Wetlands Permit Application Missing Vital Information

Douglas Ingerson Jr., who owns the Dalton property near Forest Lake State Park where Casella Waste Systems seeks to site a landfill, speaks during a public hearing on temporary emergency zoning in Dalton in July 2019. On Wednesday, the state Department of Environmental Services said Casella's wetlands permit application has large pieces of missing information and the company did not consider other sites where impacts to wetlands would be less. (File photo by Robert Blechl)

The new battlefront on the proposed Casella Waste Systems landfill in Dalton is the company’s dredge and wetlands permit application that opponents urge the state to reject and that the state now says is missing big pieces of information.

On Wednesday, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services issued a five-page, 27-point letter to Casella stating that the missing information and company responses to local conservation commissions and advisory committees must be provided by Jan. 17 or the application that was filed in September will be denied.

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