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Virginia County and RSWA Reveal Plans for New Solid Waste Transfer Station

Albemarle County and the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority have announced plans for a new and improved transfer station.

Albemarle County, Va., and the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority have revealed plans for a new $2.6 million closed-canopy transfer station, which will be built on a parcel of land at the existing Ivy Materials Utilization Center.

The new transfer station is slated to open in December 2018.

NEWSPLEX has more information:

Albemarle County and the Rivanna Solid Waste Authority have announced plans for a new and improved transfer station.

The existing transfer station from which solid waste is collected and transported to a landfill has been operating in Albemarle County since the late nineties.

The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality now says the current facility no longer meets regulations because of its open-air nature.

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