Docs: No significant impact from tons of SF waste sent to Solano
A bulldozer moves trash at the Recology Hay Road Landfill, east of Vacaville, in 2012. (Daily Republic file)
VACAVILLE — Sending 1,200 tons of solid waste daily from San Francisco to a site east of Vacaville could not significantly affect the environment, the San Francisco Planning Department says.
The agreement between San Francisco and Recology would, over about 15 years, transport up to 5 million tons of waste from San Francisco to the Recology Hay Road Landfill in Solano County near Rio Dixon Road.
Sarah B. Jones, director of environmental planning for San Francisco, said . . Continue Reading