Camp Fire debris removal now complete

Progress on the ridge! Debris removal from the Camp Fire is now complete and happening Tuesday leaders from Butte County and Cal OES will meet to talk about it.

Posted: Nov 19, 2019 8:14 AM
Updated: Nov 19, 2019 8:27 AM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Progress on the ridge, debris removal from the Camp Fire is now complete.

Happening Tuesday leaders from Butte County and Cal OES will meet to talk about it.

The meeting starts at around 11 a.m., it is invite-only.

The Neal Road landfill has seen a lot of debris removal trucks coming in and out to retrieve that debris.

New numbers from Butte County show that more than 765,000 tons of fire debris and ash went to this landfill.

Nearly 32,000 tons of concrete and more than 700 tons of metal have also been removed from those burn scar areas.

Cal OES said the debris removal program has cleared nearly 11,000 properties within a span of 9 months.

Cal Recycle and FEMA will also be at the meeting in Paradise on Tuesday to announce the completion of the debris removal.

Cal OES said they will live stream that meeting at around 11 a.m. on their Facebook, CLICK HERE TO SEE IT.

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