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Drilling at landfill worthy of consideration

It seems like a win-win situation.
Monday morning, the Barton County Commission gave the nod to solicit requests for proposals to oil producers interested in drilling at the Barton County Landfill. The action came after County Administrator Richard Boeckman had been approached about drilling at the site.
He visited with Landfill Director Mark Witt, and two have been in contact with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. State law allows for this, with certain caveats. It must go through a competitive bidding process, and any plan must be reviewed by the KDHE to make sure it won’t interfere ...

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