Richmond Toxic Fire: EPA plans to stop collecting debris in 1st week of May
The Environmental Protection Agency said it anticipates completing all debris collection in the first week of May following an industrial fire in early April.
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The agency said it has collected debris from 165 private and public properties in both Indiana and Ohio as of Friday, April 28, according to its website.
The EPA has visibly inspected debris at an additional 438 properties and found no evidence of presumed asbestos-containing material.
If anyone wants the EPA to come to your home to pick up debris, please fill out and sign the access agreement in either English or Spanish in the documents section and email Rachel.
The EPA has been cleaning debris in the Richmond area for three weeks after a massive toxic fire at a recycling facility.