Wildfires that swept through Northern California in recent weeks devastated seven counties, including burning more than 100,000 acres of land in Sonoma and Napa counties alone. In the wake of the California fires, residents are facing a massive clean-up effort. One of the more complicated parts of this process involves identifying and disposing of toxic waste. Toxins include industrial and residential products including batteries, paint, electronics, flammable liquids and solvents, and materials that may contain asbestos. State and federal agencies are stepping in to assist. The Press Democrat reports that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will handle the first ... Read More
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