A Minnesota Pollution Control Agency engineer on Wednesday responded to comments from the 3M Cottage Grove site director, saying his agency is not making a judgment on the appropriateness of a 3M proposal to begin burning non-3M produced hazardous waste in its Cottage Grove incinerator, only that it sees no regulatory reason to resist the permitting change.
The 3M Co. proposal to burn non-3M wastes at its Cottage Grove incinerator is not likely to meet resistance from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency if the company moves forward with the plan, agency officials said Wednesday.
3M Co. officials on Thursday hosted an informational open house intended to bring the public up to speed on its plans to begin burning non-3M wastes in the company’s large-scale industrial incinerator at its 3M-Cottage Grove site.
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