The plant, projected to open in 2022, is expected to produce 1,000 tons of packing paper a day and will depend solely on 100 percent recycled fiber.
Since 2012, EPA removed more than 56,000 cubic yards of arsenic- and lead-contaminated soil from residential and commercial properties in Eureka.
The annual update to the 2016 plan provides status of projects, initiatives and future goals.
Colleges and universities in the U.S. can create a significant amount of waste, so many are implementing new measures to reduce waste.
City officials are discussing how to enforce a commercial business recycling ordinance and how heavily the city should regulate recycling.