BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Many viewers have called in and asked why waste management is not picking up items in areas affected by the Camp Fire.
Action News Now spoke with Kendra Kostelecky, a public information officer for Waste Management, who said that bulk pickups are running on schedule for areas of Magalia and Chico.
Butte County Waste Management does not service areas of Paradise.
Kostelecky also said that they are not authorized to pick up hazardous materials, so residents in these areas should not place burned materials or ash in trash containers.
For more information please visit the Butte County Waste Management website HERE.
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