Recent activity at the Live Oak Landfill in south DeKalb County is the result of a new gas pipeline being installed.
A segment of a 28-mile replacement to an Atlanta Gas Light pipeline crosses the 195-acre landfill, which was closed in 2004.
The state Environmental Protection Division approved the work at the landfill, which could take a year to complete and will include restoring native plants disturbed by construction.
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