An old article from 2011…
Another old article from 2010…
A Concord odor consultant handling landfill and solid waste issues for City of Milpitas had its contract with the city extended and increased last week.
I will update this site with information regarding Milpitas Odor issues. We have a grassroots movement seeking to eliminate the man made sources of odor in Milpitas. Our first target is the Newby Island Landfill. We are seeking to deny the permit for expansion that will increase the capacity of the landfill and extend the operations of the landfill. We believe that the landfill is one source of odor affecting Milpitas/N. San Jose/Fremont. More info. Here is a flyer.
Key points on the Newby Island Landfill (NISL) expansion provided by Chia-Ling Kong. NISL expansion exec summary Jan15
MILPITAS, Calif. (KTVU) – It has sparked protests and a class action lawsuit.
Milpitas families are outraged over Republic Service’s proposal to increase the height of the Newby Island Landfill’s another 95 feet and extend its closure date 16 years.
“I am involved in a public strategy to make sure Newby takes actions to mitigate the odors that are affecting residents in Milpitas, Fremont and even Santa Clara,” Khanna said. “Also I am opposed to the expansion permit.”