CLEARFIELD – PA Waste LLC has submitted revised plans for its proposed Camp Hope Run landfill in Boggs Township to the state Department of Environmental Protection, announced the Clearfield County Commissioners at Tuesday’s work session.
The DEP will now begin its review process of PA Waste’s revised landfill proposal to determine if it meets DEP standards, said Commissioner Joan Robinson-McMillen. It was noted by Commissioner Mark B. McCracken that the revised landfill proposal includes results from water monitoring and a traffic impact study, design changes and other items.
The commissioners and Boggs Township officials were provided copies of some of the materials PA Waste submitted with its revised Camp Hope Run landfill proposal. These documents are available to the public for review and anyone may contact the commissioners for an appointment, said McCracken.
Robinson-McMillen explained that the commissioners only have a part of PA Waste’s revised landfill proposal. The DEP, she said, has an entire room of documents and materials related to the proposed Camp Hope Run landfill.
According to the commissioners, Jodi Brennan, county planning and solid waste authority director, will review PA Waste’s revised landfill proposal. Robinson-McMillen noted she was eager to review the results of the water monitoring study, as the commissioners have been steadfast in protecting the water quality in the area of the proposed Camp Hope Run landfill.
When asked, the commissioners said DEP officials didn’t indicate when they expected to conclude their review process of the revised landfill proposal. “The ball is back in the DEP’s court now,” said McCracken.