The City of Glendale established its Zero Waste Policy in 2010 and committed to operating a clean, high-tech, and integrated waste management system. In addition, our commitment to renewable energy sources is evidenced by conversion of landfill methane gas to help power steam generators at Grayson Power Plant, which provides 7% of Glendale’s energy needs. The City’s plan for Scholl Canyon seeks to meet the needs of the City to responsibly manage its solid waste in an integrat
As the EIR review process progresses, the amount of misinformation — sometimes intentional, sometimes just ill-informed — intensifies. Yet, the Glendale City Council has an obligation to all Glendale residents and businesses — as well as regional stakeholders, as part of the larger integrated waste management system — to make policy based on rational fact. Thus, the City of Glendale needs to separate the myth from the reality. The City of Glendale’s Communications & Community
Website is launched for the Proposed Biogas Renewable Generation Project at the Scholl Canyon Landfill.