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2019 – Butte County Camp Fire

2019 – Butte County Camp Fire

The Camp Fire burned more than 150,000 acres of mountain terrain (an area roughly the size of Chicago), damaged or destroyed more than 19,000 structures, and displaced more than 50,000 people. The devastating blaze also claimed 86 lives and caused $16.5 billion worth of damages.

In addition to causing unimaginable destruction, the fire left behind millions of tons of debris and toxic materials like paint, batteries, household cleaners, and pesticides. SPSG Partners, a joint venture composed of Sukut Construction, Pacific States Environmental Contractors, and GBI’s California Region, rapidly mobilized its crews and equipment to begin a year-long cleanup effort within the town of Paradise, where the fire originated, and provide other recovery support services. SPSG Partners was one of three firms to receive a contract issued by California’s Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to remove debris, contaminated soil, and hazardous materials in the impacted areas.



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