Debris Removal

The state is currently working on strategies for fire debris removal. In recent past wildfires, CalRecycle has used large general contractors, who use subcontractors to complete the work. CalRecycle maintains a list of interested contractors in fire debris removal work, which is available to all general contractors and subcontractors. As a contractor, you can then use the list to network and explore subcontracting opportunities. Once on the list, you will also be directly notified by email of any solicitations.

To get onto CalRecycle’s contractor list, please email your company name, address, type of work, and primary contact person’s email and phone number to

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Right of Entry (ROE) Templates

Butte County

Los Angeles County

Ventura County

Household Hazardous Waste

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Department of Toxic Substances  Control (DTSC) are leading the survey, collection and disposal of household hazardous waste (HHW) at approximately 18,000 properties affected by the Camp Fire in the Town of Paradise and Butte County.

Household Hazardous Waste fact sheet

Household Hazardous Waste face sheet (Spanish)

Two-Step Process to Cleaning Wildfire Debris

The Camp Fire debris clean is a state-managed debris removal program that has two phases: removal of household hazardous waste and removal of other fire-related debris.

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Butte County Specific – Debris Removal FAQs

2018 Consolidated Wildfire Debris Removal Program

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Information on Butte County Recovers

Los Angeles and Ventura Counties – Debris Removal FAQs

Hill and Woolsey Fires Consolidated Debris Removal Program

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