With space in the county’s South Dade landfill, pictured here and widely known as Mt. Trashmore , expected to run out in 2029, Waste Management Inc. wants to expand its nearby dump to neighboring wetlands targeted for Everglades restoration.
With space in the county’s South Dade landfill, pictured here and widely known as Mt. Trashmore , expected to run out in 2029, Waste Management Inc. wants to expand its nearby dump to neighboring wetlands targeted for Everglades restoration. NISSA BENJAMIN Miami Herald Staff
With space in the county’s South Dade landfill, pictured here and widely known as Mt. Trashmore , expected to run out in 2029, Waste Management Inc. wants to expand its nearby dump to neighboring wetlands targeted for Everglades restoration. NISSA BENJAMIN Miami Herald Staff

South Dade landfill wants to expand on wetlands slated for Everglades restoration

November 11, 2015 06:28 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 04:14 PM

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