The executive director of the Solid Waste Authority is taking aim at Palm Beach County Inspector General Sheryl Steckler, alleging that a report released by her office in February was flawed and should be corrected.
Steckler said she stands by her office’s findings, which she contends show that a hauler hired by the waste authority to truck garbage from the county’s unincorporated areas diverted even more trash out of the county than previously thought. The diversion cost the authority an additional $371,000 in lost landfill revenue, the report found.
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