By Kirk Ross
Staff Writer

Orange County Solid Waste Management director Gayle Wilson said the county plans to quickly and aggressively deal with a plume of contaminants found in groundwater in the closed section of the Eubanks Road landfill.

Wilson said the county is waiting to hear back from state environmental officials on a plan the county developed after monitoring wells showed contaminants — including benzene and vinyl chloride — drifting east from the closed portion of the Orange County Landfill near the intersection of Millhouse and Eubanks roads. (more)

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