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Meeting Name: SOLID WASTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (ended 3/2020) (inactive) Agenda status: Approved
Meeting date/time: 3/27/2014 4:45 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: 1501 W. Badger Rd.
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33260 27Approving Negotiated Agreement to Second Rodefeld Landfill ExpansionResolutionSUBSTITUTE. Approving the Negotiated Agreement Relating to the Second Rodefeld Landfill Expansion, the Sale and Lease of City Owned Land to Dane County, and the Execution of a Landfill Expansion and Solid Waste Agreement with Dane County.   Not available Not available
19418 13.Organic Collection Pilot ProjectDiscussion ItemOrganic Collection Pilot Project   Not available Not available
28700 1 Rodefeld Landfill ExpansionDiscussion ItemRodefeld Landfill Expansion Dane County is expanding the Rodefeld Landfill in 2013. This expansion is critical to the City of Madison as we rely upon the facility to dispose of our solid waste. The expansion plans also dovetail with the City's plan to build an anaerobic digester for source separated organics. As of January 2, 2013 the County's expansion plans on on schedule. The County has constructed and opened a transfer station at the Rodefeld site. The transfer station will be used to separate construction and demolition debris for recycling. The facility will also house a year round Clean Sweep facility for household hazardous waste. The County's consultant has submitted the application and the application has been accepted by the Department of Natural Resources. The consultant is now working on the feasibility study which is the most important document for the expansion. A committee with representatives form the affected communities, the City of Madison and the Town of Blooming Grove will begin to meet in late January to work out operating details. George Dre   Not available Not available