BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Camp Fire debris cleanup had temporarily been stalled by a species of endangered frogs living in the burn region.
The properties with the debris are located 100 feet from the water.
The California Office of Emergency Service says that it is working with Cal Recycle and the Department of Fish and Wildlife to get waivers approved so they can proceed to clean up the debris within environmental guidelines.
That approval will come from the California Natural Resource Agency and the California Environmental Protection Agency.
Cal OES officials say this approval process has not significantly delayed debris removal.
- Endangered species of frogs in burn area temporarily halted Camp Fire debris removal
- Endangered frogs delay some debris removal in Paradise
- Wet weather halts Camp Fire debris removal efforts
- Debris removal resumes in Camp Fire burn scar
- Toxic Debris Removal Begins in Areas Affected by Camp Fire
- Camp Fire Debris Removal Workshop for Contracters
- Several species could be impacted by Camp Fire debris cleanup
- Debris Removal Deadlines Approaching
- 1 million tons of debris removed from Camp Fire burn scar
- Hundreds of property owners in Camp Fire burn scar have not signed up for debris removal