Altamont Community Monitor Committee
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Purpose of this web site -
Pursuant to a Settlement Agreement governing the expansion of the Altamont Landfill and Resource Recovery Facility (ALRRF), the City of Livermore, the City of Pleasanton, the Sierra Club, the Northern California Recycling Association (NCRA), and Altamont Landowners Against Rural Mismanagement (ALARM) won the right to have an independent Community Monitor (CM) review reports from, and monitor operations at, the Landfill. 

This web site is a repository of documents that have been developed as part of that monitoring effort.
WHAT'S NEW

The agenda packet for the July 8, 2020 meeting of the Community Monitor Committee can be downloaded by selecting this linkIt is 93 pages in length. 

On June, 10, 2010, the Alameda County Department of Environmental Health, Solid/Medical Waste Management, the Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) for the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle), issued a Public Notice as part of the process to consider a modification of the Solid Waste Facility Permit (SWFP) for Altamont Landfill & Resource Recovery Facility. See Public Notice in this link.

REFERENCE LINKS

For documents pertaining to the 5-year permit review, site permitting and the Settlement Agreement, please see the Reference Library - Permits page. 

Documents provided by Committee Members, and other relevant (but not permit related) items, may be accessed via the Reference Library - Other page.

For meeting minutes, agenda packets and related items, please see the Agendas Etc Pages for:
2020 - 2023
2016 - 2019
2012 - 2015
2008 - 2011
2005 - 2006.