Camp Fire Recovery: Air Quality-Related Information
For more information about the debris removal process, contact the Debris Removal Operations Center at (530) 399-0434 or visit Buttecountyrecovers.org.
Air Monitoring Maps
State Debris Removal Program Air Monitoring Map (showing real time air quality at community sites and debris handing facilities). Please note that air monitors are being demobilized as the State-sponsored debris removal process winds down. Please see the Camp Fire Air Monitoring and Sampling Demobilization Plan for more information. Also note that air monitors will not be operating during power outages.
Airfire Monitoring Page (showing state-operated portable and permanent air monitoring stations in Butte County)
Purple Air Map (showing unofficial particulate sensors deployed throughout Butte County)
|Air Monitoring Video (Cal-OES)
Click here for a video describing the State-sponsored air monitoring efforts.
To monitor and reduce any impacts to the community during cleanup efforts, the State-Sponsored Debris Removal Program is monitoring air quality at several areas around Paradise and Oroville. Current air quality and results from heavy metal and asbestos sampling will be posted as they are received (you will need to zoom in on a site location and click on the site to see the data). Consolidated reports are posted on this page (see below) as they are received. Please note that locations are still being evaluated and will be updated throughout the cleanup effort. Monitoring locations may also be temporarily offline due to maintenance or operations. For more information, see the Press Release from Cal-OES.
BCAQMD permitting and portable equipment guidance for re-building in the Camp Fire area.
BCAQMD guidance for residents, contractors and others performing digging, grading and excavation activities in areas that are known to have or are suspected of having Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA) in the soils or underlaying rock.
|Debris Removal Program Air Quality Monitoring and Sampling Reports
|August 16, 2019 through September 9, 2019 Consolidated Air Quality Report|