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Materials Recovery Facility & Transfer Station
Keeping Our City Clean
The City of Irwindale has received a proposal to develop a Materials Recovery Facility and Transfer Station (MRF/TS) on property located in the City of Irwindale at 2200 Arrow Highway (intersection of Live Oak Avenue and Arrow Highway). The City of Irwindale is committed to keeping our local communities clean and supporting programs to reuse and recycle to conserve landfill space. The Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) will be available on April 12, 2016. 

Planning Commission Staff Report

PC Resolution No. 736(17)

PC Resolution No. 737(17)

PC Resolution No. 738(17)

PC Resolution No. 739(17)

PC Resolution No. 740(17)

Development Agreement

CEQA Findings

City of Baldwin Park Comments 11-23-2016

Response to City of Baldwin Park 11-23-2016 Comments

EIR Addendum No. 1 - September 11, 2017

Notice of Determination - Registrar/Recorder

Notice of Determination - Office Planning and Research (State Clearinghouse)

Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) - April 12, 2016 

Technical Appendices - March 17, 2016

Revised Draft Environmental Impact Report

Technical Appendices A-J (large file, expect longer download time)

Appendix C Air Quality Supporting Files

Notice of Completion/Notice of Availability - August 8, 2014

Tours
If you are interested in touring an existing MRF/TS the following facilities provide tours:
Athens Services
14048 E. Valley Blvd.
Industry, CA 91746
Ph: 888-336-6100
Puente Hills Materials Recovery Facility
13130 Crossroads Parkway South
Industry, CA 91746
Ph: 562-908-4288, ext. 6074

Please call and arrange a tour date and time before going to these facilities.