The Department of Environmental Protection today approved a project by Hazleton Creek Properties
that will use processed construction and demolition debris, as well as regulated fill, to reclaim the Mammoth strip pit in Hazleton City, Luzerne County.
In approving the company’s application, the department imposed additional conditions to ensure more stringent environmental protection measures.
General Permit WMGR097 and other supporting documents are posted at www.depweb.state.pa.us under the “Community Information” section of the Northeast Regional Office page, which is accessible by clicking on “Regional Resources.”
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