Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis has asked for a revision of the city of Glendale’s environmental impact report for the Scholl Canyon Landfill project because she claims the city failed to connect with residents in her district about Glendale Water & Power’s proposed plan to build a green waste, electricity-generating plant at the landfill.
In addition, the Glendale City Council is examining the feasibility of a second proposal submitted by Glendale Water & Power, which is a bio-gas generation project that includes a new anaerobic digester.
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Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis blasted the city of Glendale and its utility this week for what she claims is a failure to connect with residents in her district about a proposed green-waste, electricity-generating plant at the Scholl Canyon Landfill and asked for a revision of the environmental impact report for the project.
The city is currently reviewing two proposals for the landfill operated by Glendale Water & Power.
An environmental impact report is still under review for one proposal — a 535-acre expansion of the facility.