If the Lead Agency finds that the project may have a significant impact on the environment and that there are no obvious measures the applicant can take to mitigate potential problems, an EIR will be required. An EIR may also be required if further study is needed to provide information necessary in determining whether or not the project could have a significant impact.


Case Number PL13-0101

Bill Camarillo %Agromin, Inc., Applicant 

Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Draft EIR

Project Description Modification to Conditional Use Permit 5001-1 for the continued operation of the Agromin Facility until December 31, 2020, a revised CUP boundary, an increase in onsite feedstock and compost storage, install and operate a 10 foot diameter x 60 foot long Bio Drum in vessel aerobic composting system (XACT BioReactor Composting System, manufactured by Zero Waste Energy, LLC.), and facility improvements (i.e. fire hydrants, stormwater management, interior access roads).access roads).

List of Potentially Significant Environmental Impacts Identified:
Agricultural Resources, Air Quality, Aviation Hazards, Biological Resources, Scenic Resources, Noise and Vibration, Public Health and Nuisance, Water Resources.

Location: 
6859 Arnold Road
APNs:  Unincorporated Area of Ventura County: APNs 231-0-040-315,

231-0-080-085, and 231-0-080-070; City of Oxnard: APN 231-0-040-16

Review Period Start and End Date:
December 28, 2017 to February 11, 2019

Case Planner:
John Oquendo, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., (805) 654-3588

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