CLEARFIELD – A public meeting, hosted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), will be held in July regarding the proposed Camp Hope Run Landfill in Boggs Township.
The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 23 at the Florian Banquet Center, at 321 Mill Rd., in Clearfield, announced Commissioner John A. Sobel, chairman, at Tuesday’s regular commissioners’ meeting.
According to previous GANT News reports, PA Waste LLC is proposing the 5,000 tons per day, double-lined, municipal waste landfill. The proposed landfill and supporting facilities will be located within an 845-acre facility boundary.
The waste disposal limits will encompass about 221 lined acres, with support facilities and buffer areas within the remainder of the overall facility.
The landfill is proposed to be located in Boggs Township, Clearfield County, about seven miles southeast of Clearfield, along the west side of state Route 153.
Any individual who has an interest or an opinion is encouraged to please make plans to attend, Sobel said, adding it was a very important issue for the county.
DEP will publish a legal notice in local news media with regards to the public meeting and specific instructions. Any person who wishes to give testimony must pre-register, and there may be some time for pre-registration before the meeting.