Wayne Twp. Landfill offers tour of facility during Time Out
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More than 70 members of the Clinton County Economic Partnership turned out for its monthly Time Out, hosted by the Wayne Township Landfill. The networking event featured food, drinks and speeches from CCEP President Mike Flanagan and landfill Administrative Manager Marci Orndorf. “The landfill is really a gem for our county. It’s important in so many facets to have a landfill nearby. And today’s landfill operations are far from your father’s operations,” Flanagan said. Orndorf talked about a major expansion currently underway that would increase the life of the landfill and thanked those in attendance for coming to the event. During the two hour long event, WTL Environmental Coordinator Thresa Lingenfelter, right, offered a tour of the facility, showing those who attended the in-process completion of a new scale house, the newly constructed maintenance building and discussed operations at the landfill. Above, Marci Orndorf, at right, speaks to a crowd gathered on Thursday night. Below, is a picture of the fifth of twelve lined landfill “cells” being constructed to accept waste from unlined areas of the landfill that is being dug up and put into lined the landfill.