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SWG-2014-00716 – Aaron Concrete – Wetlands adjacent to McCampbell Slough -

Published June 21, 2017
Expiration date: 7/20/2017

Full Public Notice          Project Plans           Alternatives Analysis 

Project Description:  The applicant proposes to construct a concrete industrial recycling and production facility to provide municipalities and the general public with a source of aggregate and concrete to meet the local demand for such a facility in San Patricio County.  Local population growth and the natural shortage of the necessary raw materials to produce concrete has resulted in a shortage of available aggregate and concrete production in the county.

The proposed project would involve the discharge of approximately 33,685 cubic yards of fill material into 16.11 acres of waters of the United States (US); specifically, wetlands adjacent to McCampbell Slough.  This fill material would be sourced from the uplands located within the project site.  The applicant would remove the fill from one portion of the subject area via mechanical excavation and move it to where it will be placed via dump truck or other earth moving equipment.  The applicant is also proposing to install a storm water drainage system onsite and would be conducted prior to installing the remaining infrastructure.

The proposed concrete recycling and production facility components and appurtenances would consist of a concrete crusher, pug mill, concrete batch plant, hot mix plant, concrete laydown yard, truck terminal with fuel-island, and a machine shop for maintenance activities.