Existing Class III Non-Hazardous Landfill and Surface Mining. Kern County General Plan: 3.4(Solid Waste Facilities); 3.4.1 ((Solid Waste Disposal Facility Buffer); Zoning: A (Exclusive Agriculture).
Response to Comments Received on the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the Lost Hills Composting and Bioenergy Project by Lost Hills Environmental, LLC (Project Proponent). The project includes a request for land use entitlements necessary to facilitate the continued and expanded use of an existing Class III Non-Hazardous Landfill; the future construction and operation of an extended Aeration Static Pile composting facility; and the future construction and operation of a Waste-to-Energy biomass gasification facility and associated infrastructure to generate a combined 3 megawatts of renewable electrical energy on approximately 337 acres of privately-owned land. Implementation of the project as proposed would require: a) Modification No. 1 of Conditional Use Permit (CUP) #1, Map 28; b) Issuance of CUP #13, Map 28; and c) Modification No. 2 of CUP #9, Map 28.
Cindi Hoover, Supervising Planner
Kern County Planning and Natural Resources Department
Other (Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal & Composting), Power:Other Power Type (Bioenergy)(Megawatts 3)
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