Residents have been encouraged to submit access agreements to allow cleanup teams to begin removal of hazardous materials from burned properties, county officials said.
Oregon’s Debris Management Task Force leaders have urged residents to Right of Entry forms. Removal of hazardous waste is the first step in the wildfire cleanup process and available at no cost to property owners.
Prioritized due to the immediate threat to health, safety and the environment, hazardous waste cleanup is paid for by the state government and FEMA in Lane, Clackamas, Douglas, Jackson . . .