Managing Hazardous Waste

We strengthen regulations and streamline waste management

Long Beach Generation LLC

2665 West Seaside Avenue
Long Beach  CA 90802

County: Los Angeles DTSC Region: 3
Assembly District: 54 Senate District: 27

Facility History

From 1910 to 1998, Southern California Edison (SCE) engaged in generation and distribution of power on the property. The Long Beach Generating Station was then sold to the Long Beach Generating Station LLC (from April 1, 1998 to March 31, 200), and to NRG El Segundo Operations, Inc. (from April 1, 2000 to the present). The closure of hazardous waste management units pursuant to Chapter 15 of Title 22, California Code of Regulations, is being conducted pursuant to a February 1, 1995 Final Judgment Pursuant to Stipulation (Stipulation). The regulated units were closed to meet industrial/commercial land use scenario and a land use covenant was prepared.

Restriction Information

Date Statutory/Regulatory Authority
07/20/2006 Health and Safety Code section 25246 and post-closure notice provisions of title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, section 66265.119(b)