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Promontory landfill asked DEQ to remove public documents, so we posted them instead

April 17, 2018
Promontory landfill asked DEQ to remove public documents, so we posted them instead

By LEIA LARSEN • Standard-Examiner staff

On March 5, 2018, Promontory Point Resources, LLC asked the Utah Department of Environmental Quality to remove online documents related to PPR’s Class V permit application. It also told DEQ to remove social media posts dedicated to the landfill and to stop talking to the public about the facility. 

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To promote transparency and support the public’s right to access this information, the Standard-Examiner is re-posting the public documents removed from DEQ webpages. 

Promontory Point Landfill

LETTER: DEQ response to March 5, 2018 letter (dated March 8, 2018)

 

LETTER: PPR attorney requests regarding withdrawn Class V, March 5, 2018



Facility Class I Permit

Click here to read the Class I Permit modification, May 2016, which is hosted on the Utah Department of Environmental Quality's site. 

Permit modification approval & Class I Permit, March 15, 2017



Draft Class I Permit Modification, Dec. 12, 2017



Facility Class V Permit (withdrawn)



Withdrawal of Class V Application, Feb. 16, 2018



Class V Needs Assessment Report Addendum, Dec. 20, 2017



Promontory Class V Permit Application, March 2017



DEQ’s “Frequently Asked Questions: Promontory Point Landfill”