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Concrete Batch Plant - Public Comments Invited

November 6, 2019 – As part of its Project and Environmental Review process, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority must determine whether the proposed Concrete Batch Plant at 9260 Oak Street, located in Vancouver, BC, is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.

To help inform this determination and a decision on whether or not to approve the proposed project, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority is inviting comments from the public respecting that determination. All comments received will be considered public and may be posted online. For more information, individuals should consult the Privacy Notice on the Registry website.

Written comments must be submitted by December 6, 2019 to:

Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

Project and Environmental Review
100 The Pointe, 999 Canada Place
Vancouver, B.C. Canada  V6C 3T4
per@portvancouver.com

The Proposed Project

Graestone Ready Mix Inc. proposes to construct a concrete batch plant on a site of approximately 10,000 square metres at 9260 Oak Street, Vancouver. Should the project be approved, the ready-mix facility would produce 300 to 400 cubic metres of concrete per day to supply to construction projects throughout Metro Vancouver. All cement handling operations would be fully enclosed, and the plant would use clean aggregate products.

Project works would include the installation of a batch plant comprising a 100 ton and a 75 ton cement silo (approximate heights 21 metres and 19 metres), a mixer, a hopper, aggregate bins and a conveyor. Separate paved parking areas would be created for concrete mix trucks and employees, and small modular buildings, water collection and treatment facilities and utility services would be installed to support operations. The proposed works would also include the demolition and removal of some existing foundations and slabs. It is anticipated that construction would take place over an eight month period.

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