State contractors apply a biodegradable, wood-based mulch to a property affected by the Woolsey Fire to prevent erosion in future storms. Erosion control measures are the second-last step in the state's Consolidated Debris Removal Program.

More than 200 Final Inspection Reports for Properties Affected by Woolsey Fire Submitted to Counties

State officials at the Debris Removal Operations Center (DROC) in Calabasas have submitted final inspection reports to local officials in

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More than 300,000 Tons of Debris from Woolsey and Hill Fires Removed by State Contractors

State contractors have removed more than 300,000 tons of debris generated by the Woolsey and Hill fires from private properties

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State contractors use an excavator to remove debris caused by the Woolsey Fire from a property in the Malibou Lake area.

Nearly 625 Properties Cleared of Woolsey, Hill Fire Debris

State contractors have removed debris generated by the Woolsey and Hill fires from 623 properties in Los Angeles and Ventura

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Nearly 65 Percent of Properties Eligible for State Debris Removal Program Cleared of Woolsey, Hill Fire Debris

State contractors have removed debris generated by the Woolsey and Hill fires from nearly 65 percent of the properties affected

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State contractors remove fire-related debris from a property affected by the Woolsey Fire. Contractors have removed more than 252,000 tons of debris. caused by the Woolsey and Hill fires.

More than 250,000 Tons of Debris from Woolsey and Hill Fires Removed by State Contractors

  State contractors have removed more than 250,000 tons of debris generated by the Woolsey and Hill fires from private

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An excavator operated by state contractors removes debris from a property in the Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park that was affected by the Woolsey Fire.

Wildfire Recovery Update: April 19, 2019

The State’s Consolidated Debris Removal Program continues to make progress in the Woolsey, Hill and Camp Fire recovery efforts. To

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