What is the Consolidated Debris Removal Program?

By Phil Killion|December 22, 2017||

The Consolidated Debris Removal Program has two phases: removal of household hazardous waste and removal of other fire-related debris.

In Phase I, county, state and federal agencies have organized teams of experts from the California State Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) to inspect your property and remove any household hazardous waste that may pose a threat to human health, animals, and the environment such as batteries, oil, propane tanks, visual bulk asbestos, and paints.

In Phase II, Cal OES and local officials are coordinating with California’s Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to execute contracts and conduct fire-related debris removal from your property.

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