A stop-work order has been issued at the former ArrMaz Custom Chemical plant in Seabrook. Beaufort County officials sought the order Jan. 18 after Coastal Demolition and Construction of Tampa, Fla., failed to get a permit for the work. The county says it won't allow the work to continue until the state conducts environmental assessments at the site.
A stop-work order has been issued at the former ArrMaz Custom Chemical plant in Seabrook. Beaufort County officials sought the order Jan. 18 after Coastal Demolition and Construction of Tampa, Fla., failed to get a permit for the work. The county says it won't allow the work to continue until the state conducts environmental assessments at the site. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
A stop-work order has been issued at the former ArrMaz Custom Chemical plant in Seabrook. Beaufort County officials sought the order Jan. 18 after Coastal Demolition and Construction of Tampa, Fla., failed to get a permit for the work. The county says it won't allow the work to continue until the state conducts environmental assessments at the site. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette