A landfill in Naches has had its permit suspended until the trouble fire on the property stops. Officials with the Yakima Health District have suspended the permit for the Caton Landfill at 1500 Nachs Venas Road in Nachs.
Health district officials say they are working on the landfill
A news release from the Yakima Health District said they “have been working in close partnership with Cayden LPL and the DOE to resolve the series of fires at Cayden LPL to date. YHD recognizes the efforts of Cayden LPL. The series of fires at this facility.”
District officials were first notified of the fire in November
County officials say they were first notified of the fire on Nov. 2, and since then the county and the Department of Ecology have been working with Caton Landfill to address a series of fires at the landfill. However, the news release states, “On Sunday, December 11, another major fire broke out at Caton LPL. Despite all the work, district officials say there was “no clear indication of evidence or a proven solution.”
So health district officials have temporarily suspended the landfill’s license pending an answer to prevent the fire.
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