Recycling: The zone continues to attract several recycling-based businesses to the area such as materials recovery facilities and paper waste recycling centers. Several other existing recyclers have expressed interest in the zone and look to expand into Riverside County. Currently, there are eighteen waste haulers and recyclers, combined, to serve the zone.
Real estate and transportation: The zone has 200 industrial and commercial buildings available, ranging in size from 1,000 to 200,000 square feet. The realignment of March Air Force Base in the Perris-Moreno Valley area will also provide additional infrastructure to the area. Highway service is available from Interstate 10, running east through the region and into Arizona. Less than 75 miles west along Interstate 10 is the Port of Long Beach. State Highways 91, 86, 62, 177, 60, 215, 74, 78, and 79 also serve the region as offshoots of Interstate 10. Rail service through the region is provided by Santa Fe, Union Pacific, and a main line of Southern Pacific. Ontario International Airport is located 25 miles west of the zone, handling commercial and passenger service. Palm Springs Airport, in the center of the zone, serves Blythe and the Coachella Valley with commercial service. Several general aviation airports are located in the areas of Thermal, Blythe, Chiraco Summit, Desert Center, and Hemet-Ryan for air shipping and cargo. The region also has numerous existing and proposed material recovery facilities.