Read more about 7. Are burned electronics and appliances (white goods) included in the household hazardous waste cleanup?

Teams handling hazardous waste will not remove appliances or electronic wastes, such as TV and computer monitors, computers processing units, or cell phones. These materials will be removed as part of the overall debris removal process. Read MoreRead more about 7. Are burned electronics and appliances (white goods) included in the household hazardous waste cleanup?

Read more about 5. Is the debris-removal program only for houses that are completely destroyed?

This debris removal program is for fire-damaged or destroyed houses, as directed by local government. If you are unsure if your house qualifies for the debris- removal program, submit a Right-of-Entry form to your local government for assessment. Read MoreRead more about 5. Is the debris-removal program only for houses that are completely destroyed?

Read more about 3. After I turn in an ROE to my local government, what happens next?

First, your local government will review your ROE and ensure it has been filled out correctly. It will also cross check property records to verify that you are the property owner. Afterwards, the ROE will be transferred to the DMT for processing and scheduling. Read MoreRead more about 3. After I turn in an ROE to my local government, what happens next?