Fresno County offering disposal bins for mountain communities affected by Creek Fire

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FRESNO COUNTY, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — The Public Works and Planning Resources Division will place roll-off bins to help support mountain communities affected by Creek Fire.

Officials say this will help to dispose of any food spoilage caused by power outages during the
Creek Fire, as well as miscellaneous trash generated during reentry and repopulation.

The bins will be available 24 hours per day. The bins are located at:

  • Auberry Elementary School
    33367 Auberry Road Auberry, CA 93602
  • Bald Mountain Fire Department
    41967 Auberry Road Auberry, CA 93602
  • Pineridge Elementary School
    45828 Auberry Road Auberry, CA 93602
  • Granite Ridge County Water Tanks
    42014 Granite Ridge Road Shaver Lake, CA 93664
  • Shaver Lake Civic League
    41344 Tollhouse Road Shaver Lake, CA 93664
  • Shaver Lake Transfer Station
    42089 Dinkey Creek Road Shaver Lake, CA 93664
  • S/E Corner Bretz Mill Road and Highway 168
    Shaver Lake, CA 93664

Officials say more locations will be added.

Residents are asked to not dispose of the following:
▪ Household Hazardous Waste (Pesticides, Herbicides, Flammables, etc.)
▪ Universal Waste (Batteries, Fluorescent Tubes/Bulbs, Sharps, Paint, or E-Waste)
▪ Medications/Medical Waste
▪ Tires
▪ Ammunition
▪ Explosives
▪ Appliances (Refrigerators, Freezers, Washers, Dryers)

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