The Siskiyou County Air Pollution Control District sent out a release Sept. 30 stating that it has received an application from Crystal Geyser for boilers that are planned to be installed at its Mount Shasta bottling facility.

The Siskiyou County Air Pollution Control District sent out a release Sept. 30 stating that it has received an application from Crystal Geyser for boilers that are planned to be installed at its Mount Shasta bottling facility.

An anticipated permit application for a generator at the facility has not yet been received, according to the release, which continues: “Pursuant to State regulations, the Air District has 30 days to determine if an application is complete. Once the application is deemed complete, the Air District will proceed with an evaluation to determine the type of environmental review that may be conducted for any new equipment.”