Linde, Inc. (the Applicant) is proposing to expand their existing facility on a 31.55-acre parcel (APN #073-190-035) at 2000 Loveridge Road in Pittsburg, CA. The parcel is zoned General Industrial (IG) and is designated Industrial in the City’s 2020 General Plan. The expanded facility is an approximately 2.5-acre portion of the 31.55-acre parcel and would increase current production of liquid nitrogen, oxygen, and argon. No additional or new products would be produced. The liquid products are distributed via truck to the Bay Area, the Central Valley, and into nearby states. The products are stored in three large storage tanks, transferred into bulk trucks, and then delivered into smaller tanks at customer locations. The entire plant is outdoors and no new buildings are included with the Project. The Project also includes on-site circulation improvements to provide a 25-foot drive aisle through the parcel to the Project site and expansion of the existing substation on the parcel near the entry/exit to Loveridge Road.
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Industrial (Bleach Manufacturing Plant)(Sq. Ft. 70000, Acres 1.57, Employees 10)
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