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The proposed project includes construction and operation of an approx 12 MW power generation facility that would utilize landfill gas as fuel to generate renewable energy. The proposed approx 2.2-acre power plant would be located on a portion of an approx 95-acre site owned by LA County within the city of Glendale's land use and zoning jurisdiction. The proposed project would beneficially use the landfill gas and would provide environmental and economic benefits regardless of ultimate capacity of the landfill. The proposed project would include the plant facility, natural gas pipeline, water pipeline and two water tanks.
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