RJJ International is proposing to develop and operate a log storage and shipping facility at Terminal 3 of the Port of Richmond. The proposed project would be located at an already developed site. The proposed project would not require new construction; however, minor repairs to the existing Terminal 3 building and facility improvements are proposed. The existing truck scales adjacent to the administration building would also be repaired. The proposed facility would receive harvested timber from CA forests that would be prepared for shipment, then loaded onto ocean-going ships that would berth at terminal 3. The trees would be harvested in accordance with a Timber Harvest Plan approved by CALFIRE.
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