Recycling Market Development Zone
Located in the County of San Bernardino, the Chino Valley Recycling Market Development Zone (RMDZ) includes the industrial-zoned areas of the cities of Chino and Chino Hills. The zone is bordered by the Counties of Riverside, Orange, and Los Angeles.
The Chino Valley zone offers comprehensive services to businesses that locate within its boundaries, including financial incentives; assistance with site selection; general business assistance; technical assistance; and a streamlined permitting process. Financial incentives for businesses locating in the zone are Industrial Development Bonds; rebates based on sales tax generated; manufacturing tax credits; and employment tax credits.
The Chino Valley Zone has targeted these materials for feedstock: plastics, wood, organics/yard waste, textiles, paper, and metal.
Interstate 10 and State Highway 60 (Pomona) and 71 (Chino Valley) Freeways are the major east-west transportation venues that service the two cities. Interstate 15 and the 57 (Orange) Freeway are the major north-south transportation corridors. Rail service is provided by Southern Pacific. The industrial sewer line or "Brine Line" provides discharge facilities for industrial uses. A reclaimed water line is planned to serve the industrial area’s need for landscape irrigation and some processing.