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Plans for the expansion of a construction debris landfill riles some Nanakuli residents

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Makana Yabuno, left, Magno Oasay and Jerry Agustin worked Thursday on building a settling tank that will be used to wash dirt off trucks wheels for dust control at PVT Land Co.’s Nanakuli landfill.

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At top, heavy machinery sorted through construction debris.

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A large machine Thursday crushed and compacted debris in the landfill. It has a GPS tracker to make sure it goes over each section three times.

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DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM

PVT Land Co. is looking to expand its construction debris recycling and landfill operation in Nanakuli. On the left side is the finished slope of a landfill with a cover of grass starting to grow. The Waianae Mountains are in the background.