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Vermont Environmental Court judge reopens Omya permit
In the first cases involving Vermont's 2008 groundwater protection law, an state Environmental Court judge has ruled that regulators must take additional steps to consider the impact on groundwater when reviewing projects with a potential to pollute.

 

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