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Mid Valley Disposal Awarded CalRecycle Organics Grant

CalRecycle Staff has selected Mid Valley Disposal’s covered composting project as one of the top five applicants in the FY 2014-15 Greenhouse Gas Reduction Organics Grant Program! Mid Valley Disposal will be awarded $3,000,000 toward the cost of the project. Clements Environmental assisted Mid Valley Disposal with the permitting of the facility expansion and the organics grant application process.  Congratulations Mid Valley Disposal!

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Clean Up LA Week at Active Recycling

Chip Clements of Clements Environmental with LA City Councilman Bernard Parks at the launch of the Clean Up LA Week at Active Recycling.

 

 

Chip Clements, Lorraine Bradley (daughter of Mayor Bradley), and Cindy Liles with Errol Segal, owner of Active Recycling at the press conference announcing the Free Dump Program.

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Anaerobic Digestion Symposium

Cindy Liles with Professor Ruihong Zhang of UC Davis at the university’s demonstration AD plant, June 2014.

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Advance Grand Opening

Grand Opening

Chip Clements with Advance Disposal owner Sheila Bath at the Grand Opening of the newest MRF in the U.S. in Hesperia, CA on June 29th, 2014. Clements Environmental developed the site plan, assisted in MRF equipment selection, and obtained all permits and approvals for the 1,500 ton per day project.

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Installation of Pilot Project

Mid Valley Disposal completed the installation of a GORE® Cover system pilot project on April 17, 2014.  This system is provided and maintained by Sustainable Generation, LLC.  Mid Valley Disposal is currently awaiting approval from the San Joaquin Valley APCD for a full-scale covered composting operation.

Chip and Bobby Shriver

County Events

Chip Clements with Bobby Shriver at a recent event in Calabasas.  With four of the five current supervisors termed out in the next two years, it is a new day for County leadership, and no one better to bring in a fresh voice and commitment to the environment, homelessness, and many other critical social issues than Bobby Shriver.  It is rare that we have the chance to elect someone of his caliber and family pedigree.  He has that Kennedy-Shriver dedication to public service and getting things done, and the ability to rally people around him.  I think he will be terrific as the next LA County Supervisor of the 3rd District.  Check out his website at:  www.bobbyshriver.com

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Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs)

Clements is working on the design and installation of stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) at several of its client facilities to bring them in compliance with NPDES discharge limits.

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NewHorizons

Chip and wife, Lois Fletcher, with City of Los Angeles Councilman Mitch Englander at the Johnny Rivers concert in support of the New Horizons charity organization that supports daily over 1,000 adults with special needs. (Photo by Jeremy Jackson)

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In January 2014, Clements Environmental welcomed two new employees, Cindy Liles and Jamie Stern!