WASHINGTON -- A compromise struck last month between a major waste company and state and local interests may not have enough support to prompt Congress to pass a comprehensive flow control bill this year, according to lobbyists.

The compromise is opposed by several big waste companies as well as key business and environmental groups, which could kill prospects for legislation other than a provision to protect existing flow control laws from a recent Supreme Court ruling, said one lobbyist who helped negotiate the compromise.

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