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Licensed Private Party Hazardous Waste Removal Companies

The following list of Hazardous Waste Removal companies are approved by the California State Contractors Board. Residents who have opted out of the CalOES program and chosen to have debris removed through a private contracting firm must have licensed hazardous debris professionals remove debris after CalOES has finished the inspection of your property.

Amerifix Repairs and Construction, Lic. 640569, Phone:310.925.8274

Johnson Frank General Contractor, Lic.: 609907, Phone: 310.452.0205

MC Carron Walt General Conractor, Lic 283483, Phone: 818.370.3639

Nielsen Construction Group, Lic 714899, Phone: 323.951.9722

American Contractors, Lic 489371, 818.991.7288

Lindmark Engineering, Lic 964376, 818.707.6100

Reuss Enterprises Corporation, Lic. 637751, 818.800.7026

Ramtox Corporation, Lic. 886252, 818.429.6184

According to the L.A. County website:

Property owners must submit a “Los Angeles County Local Debris Removal Program Application” (available at lacounty.gov/LACountyRecovers) and work plan to their local government for approval before January 30, 2019, and at least two weeks prior to commencing debris removal.

The work must be done to standards established in the emergency ordinance which became effective December 4, 2018 and other applicable regulations so that health and safety risks are adequately addressed for the community and the environment. Documentation on adequate cleanup and proper disposal will be required. The work must be completed pursuant to the standards set forth by the local government by March 15, 2019. State disaster funding will not reimburse for this work.

For questions on fire debris removal programs, contact 626-979-5370. For additional fire-related resources, visit lacounty.gov/LACountyRecovers.

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