The proposed Bolinas-Stinson Beach Resource Recovery Project (BSRRP), a joint project of the Bolinas Community Public Utilities District (BCPUD), the Stinson Beach Water District, the Bolinas Fire Protection District, and the Stinson Beach Fire Protection District, is a green materials composting operation. The purpose of the project is to provide a facility for the Bolinas and Stinson Beach communities to collect wildland and urban fire fuels and landscape/gardening debris and locally recycle these materials for re-use as a soil amendment for re-sale or give-away primarily to the local members of the communities of West Marin. The operation processes approximately 7,000 to 8,000 cubic yards of green waste material annually. Up to 800 cubic yards of feedstock materials are present on site at any given time, with a potential for 600 cubic yards of active compost.
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