Guzi-West Helps Recommends most Homeowners Opt-In to the State/Federal Clean-up Programs
Guzi-West explains why the decision to opt-in or opt-out is different for the 2020 fires.
"We've been surprised to see how different landfills and different municipalities are handling the implementation of the both the private and federal and state clean-up programs," says Clay Guzi.
As a result, Guzi-West has revised recommendations for each fire in our overall geographic area (Napa County north into Oregon). The first thing they learned was that the landfills accepting fire debris can interpret what's required for waste profiling; the state issues an emergency waiver for landfills that will ultimately accept fire debris and waste from a forest fire and that waiver allows them to not require the entire suite of things that would typically be required for waste profiling. However, different landfills interpret the state waiver differently and as a result the waste profiling requirements to bring waste to a given landfill changes dramatically from landfill to landfill.
The Guzi-West team has 30+ years of experience in hazardous material consulting. They pride themselves on offering affordable services and simple solutions to complex problems.
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About Guzi-West: Guzi-West is a firm specializing in conducting asbestos, lead-based paint, methamphetamine, mold and fire response consulting services with offices based in Arcata and Redding, California. Our office has certified asbestos and lead inspectors, as well as professional and engineering geologists.