The Turnkey Landfill in Rochester, New Hampshire, is the biggest in the state, and owner Waste Management's own groundwater monitoring indicates it is already leaking, putting the nearby Cocheco and Isinglass Rivers at risk.

And now, even though New Hampshire already has more than enough space for the trash we generate each year, the Turnkey Landfill is applying to expand by 56 acres to allow 14 million more tons of trash, most of it likely to be shipped in from other states. We need to tell New Hampshire regulators that this expansion is unacceptable, and harmful to our health and environment.


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Turnkey Landfill expansion proposal

To Whom It May Concern: 

I urge you to do right by New Hampshire's people and deny Waste Management's proposal to expand the Turnkey Landfill -- we are all counting on you to do the right thing.

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