CalRecycle preparing for debris removal at 293 Erskine Fire damaged sites

Posted at 3:28 PM, Aug 04, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-04 18:28:53-04

CalRecycle has begun preparing for debris removal operations at 293 eligible Kern County property sites damaged by the Erskine Fire.

"The people who lost their homes to the Erskine Fire can trust CalRecycle has the expertise, resources, and unwavering commitment to clear these properties and make them safe for families again," CalRecycle Director Scott Smithline said.

Homeowners who wish to participate in CalRecycle’s Debris Removal Program can return right-of-entry forms to the Kern County Department of Public Health’s Environmental Health Division.

CalRecycle has established a Debris Recovery Operations Center at 5540-E3 Lake Isabella Drive in Lake Isabella.