In an editorial, the L.A. Times refers to the agency’s recently released action plan as a “woefully inadequate federal plan of action.”
Republic initially requested that its drivers be permitted to return within 14 hours without losing their short-haul status.
The coalition seeks a determination that the Hazardous Waste Control Law does not authorize DTSC to require "hazardous waste" permits for metal processing.
City officials have approved $100,000 to study how a WTE plant would contend with the city’s landfill limits.
Opposing groups, however, insist the city should fix and reopen its existing MRF rather than haul recyclables more than 60 miles away.
A new movie is bringing more focus to the potential impacts of PFAS, but industry experts and federal regulators are waiting on advanced scientific research.
The new transfer station will be built to help accommodate growing waste streams at the county’s landfill.