Senator Tom Ada Says Legislature Will Not Rubber Stamp Incinerator Deal

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 Senator Ada has oversight of solid waste, utilities and land and he says that his committees will be very involved in any potential incinerator contract.

Guam – Senator Tom Ada says that the legislature will not just rubber stamp any proposed incinerator deal.

 

 Senator Ada has oversight of solid waste, utilities and land and he says that his committees will be very involved in any potential incinerator contract. In addition there is a law on the books that prohibits incinerators on Guam which means any incinerator deal hinges on a repeal of that incinerator ban. “I’m very curious to see what has changed from earlier this year when the Governor made it very clear that there was no way he was gonna support such an arrangement for GRRP. So what has changed? That remains to be seen,” said Senator Ada.

 

 Senator Ada says the bottom line is that the legislature will still have to review whatever contract is entered into between GovGuam and the Guam Resource Recovery partners for an incinerator.

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  1. Just say NO to any incinerator deal. There’s something fishy in the air and it’s not the Layon Landfill. Money under the table anyone?

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