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By Joe Naiman
Village News Reporter 

RWQCB rescinds waste discharge orders for Color Spot, Oak Crest, Rancho Corrido


Last updated 8/30/2020 at 3:01am

The Regional Water Quality Control Board rescinded waste discharge orders for Color Spot Foliage Inc., the Oak Crest Treatment Plant and the Rancho Corrido Recreational Vehicle Park.

The RWQCB actions, Aug. 12, do not eliminate the waste discharge restrictions but rather incorporate those facilities into a general order so that reporting for individual facilities can be consolidated.

The lease for 116.45 acres of land in the 2500 block of Olive Hill Road was transferred from Color Spot Nurseries to Altman Specialty Plants in October 2018. The nursery leases the land from San Diego County, w...

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