BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Office of Emergency Services says phase one of the Camp Fire debris removal is now 86 percent complete.
They say crews have removed hazardous household waste from more than 11,000 homes and 600 parcels.
The waste that is being cleared includes propane tanks, fuel cylinders, paint cans, cleaners and solvents, oils, herbicides and batteries.
The EPA has 28 hazardous household teams working in Butte County.
They expect to complete Phase 1 by Friday. Phase 2 will focus on removing tainted soil.
For more information on the debris removal process, visit Butte County Recovers by CLICKING HERE.