Transfer Station and Recycling Facility Master Plan
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
The City of Redding is considering adoption of a new Facility Master Plan prepared by J.R. Miller and Associates for the Redding Transfer Facility and Recycling Station (RTRS). RTRS is managed by the City of Redding Solid Waste Utility (Utility), which provides comprehensive solid waste and recycling services to residences and business within the City. This includes full-collection services, operation of RTRS, and operation of the Shasta County-owned West Central Landfill located near Igo, CA.
The Master Plan provides a comprehensive analysis and strategy for improving RTRS infrastructure needed to maintain cost-efficient solid waste services for the residences and business of the City over the next 20 years. The Master Plan considers current operations, the layout of the RTRS, and the availability of the undeveloped City-owned properties nearby for Facility improvement. The Master Plan also take into consideration trends and state legislation that affect the management of solid waste. A secondary benefit of the Master Plan is to help extend the lifespan of the West Central Landfill by decreasing the volume of waste the City disposes there.
California Department of ConservationCalifornia Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern Region 1California Department of Parks and RecreationCalifornia Department of Transportation, District 2California Highway PatrolCalifornia Native American Heritage CommissionCalifornia Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley Redding Region 5 Department of Toxic Substances ControlDepartment of Water ResourcesResources AgencyResources, Recycling and Recovery
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