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Posted on: August 26, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Foresthill Transfer Station Public Notice - Request to update operating days/hours


The Foresthill Transfer Station has submitted a request to update its solid waste facility permit to update its operating days and hours.

ForesthillTS_PublicnoticeHeader08252020Introduction - As the Local Enforcement Agency (LEA), Environmental Health Services is certified by the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to enforce state laws and regulations at solid waste facilities within its jurisdiction.  The Foresthill Transfer Station operates under a Solid Waste Facility Permit (SWFP) issued by the LEA. The owner of the Foresthill Transfer Station has filed an application with the LEA to update operating days and hours. 

Description of Project  - The operator has re-applied for a Registration permit to update changes as listed above. 

Local Enforcement Agency’s Determination  - The LEA reviewed the application package and determined that the proposed changes are consistent with the existing California Environmental Quality Act  (CEQA) documents.   The LEA further determined that the proposed changes are consistent with the State Minimum  Standards and do not conflict with the terms and conditions of the current Solid Waste Facilities Permit. As required by 14 CCR 17403.9, the LEA is distributing this notice for the purpose of noticing its acceptance of the revised application and issuance of a Registration Permit. 

For Additional Information - Additional information about the application is available at Placer County Environmental Health, located at 3091 County Center Drive, Suite 230, Auburn, CA  95603. To review the application or the facility file, please make an appointment by contacting (530) 745-2345. 

LEA Contact Information - If you have any questions about this notice, please contact Paul Holloway at (530) 745-2345 or [email protected]

Appeals Process Information - For information on the process of appealing the approval of the Registration Application (pursuant to Division 30 Public Resources Code, Section 44307), please contact this office at (530) 745-2345. 

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