Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility begins accepting debris from burned structures
PARADISE, Calif. —
Starting Monday, the Neal Road Recycling and Waste Facility began accepting debris from burned structures with a certificate from Butte County Environmental Health.
Officials said Environmental Health will verify Phase 1 (hazardous waste) is complete and that your property does not have any burned structures greater than 120 square feet.
Property owners with burned structures larger than 120 square feet cannot remove any fire debris at this time.
Fire debris can only be removed by the Government Program or by a qualified contractor in accordance with the Alternative Program.
Disturbing any portion of the ash footprint from burned structures may disqualify people from the Government Program.
To learn more about both programs, click here.
Officials said if you have no damaged structures on your property, you can drop off miscellaneous non-structural, burned items from around your property without any certificate.