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News Release

Guidelines for Disposal of Debris From High Park and Woodland Park Fires

Department: Solid Waste
Release Date: Jul 10, 2012

Contact Information:

Stephen Gillette, Director, Solid Waste Department, sgillette@larimer.org,
(970) 498-5762

Larimer County, Colorado—The following guidelines for disposal of fire-affected debris at the Larimer County Landfill are as follows:

·         Residue MUST be wrapped in 6 mil. plastic. Wrapped residue will be charged double for immediate burial. 
·         Loose concrete must be rinsed free of ash and the load covered when being transported. If not rinsed, concrete will not be accepted.
Larimer County Transfer Stations will not be accepting fire debris.
For further information, contact Stephen Gillette, Solid Waste Director at sgillette@larimer.org,  
(970) 498-5762. 


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