No application to dispose of the 22 tonnes of 1080 poison
carted from the West Coast to the city has been received yet
by the Christchurch City Council.
decision has been made yet by the Council to accept the
material for dumping at the Burwood landfill, says the
Council's Team Leader Environmental Effects, Klaus Prusas.
"If an application is made, an investigation will be carried
out by the Council's Hazardous Waste Advisory Service and
reported to the Council for consideration and a decision,"
Mr Prusas says. City Council staff, along with staff of
Environment Canterbury and the Police's Commercial Vehicles
Investigation Unit, is investigating the spillage
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