Posted by: nevadansagainstgarbage | May 19, 2011

RECOLOGY TAKES 6 1/2 MONTHS TO RESPOND TO NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE CONCERNS AND STILL FALLS SHORT May 19, 2011

The May 10-12 Humboldt Sun had a good article by Heather Gula concerning the revised Jungo application and continuing NDOW concerns. For anyone who missed this piece, you can read the April 2011 revised application by clicking here. You can also read the correspondence between NDOW,  and Recology and NDOW’s concerns  over continuing Recology shortcomings,  and read all correspondence by clicking here and scrolling down. It’s no wonder that Recology has requested a 5 year extension. Just look at how long it took them to respond to NDOW concerns…a snail moves faster!

On October 5, 2010 a letter was sent from NDOW to Recology. On April 13, 2011 Recology responded to NDOW’s letter of October 5, 2010. Recology had most of October, all of November, December, January, February, March and half of April before a formal written response was submitted. (A telephone conversation did occur on March 1) That’s six and a half months! On April 22, 2011, NDOW responded to Recolgy’s letter of April 13, 2011 sighting several concerns in their response, and even offering to help Recology if they can’t figure out what is required or how to accomplish said requirements. All after having taken six and a half months. This does NOT inspire great confidence. And Recology had the gall to blame uppity citizens for their failure to obtain necessary permitting in the three year time frame they were allotted.

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