PLU: Composting facility; Present Z & SP: Heavy industrial. Present South Kern Industrial center SP: 7.3 (HI); 3.4 (solid waste facilities); 2.5 (flood hazard)
The project proponent is requesting: modifications to CUP No. 2, Map No. 158 which consist of increasing the types of composting feedstocks accepted at the facility, including digestate, in response to Assembly Bill 1826 and Senate Bill 1383 requirements; installing new equipment to be used as part of pre-processing and post-composting operations, including, but not limited to grinders, electrical screens, etc., to improve composting efficiency and capability; increasing all pile heights from 15 feet to 20 feet, including, but not limited to, receiving, mixing, composting, curing,
screening, and finished product; and increasing storage time of finished compost product from 7 days to 180 days to accommodate seasonal markets and be consistent with regulatory permitting requirements.
Kern County Planning and Natural Resources Department
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