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Posted on: October 5, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Modified garbage collection service for St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, and Calistoga-area residents

Garbage service provided by Upper Valley Disposal and Recycling will resume with modifications as evacuation orders and warnings are lifted. Perishable food items will need to be disposed of creating additional trash. To help with the additional trash disposal, St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, and Calistoga-area residents who have returned to their homes can use all three carts as trash bins on their regularly scheduled collection day for removal this week.
 
Blue (recycling), Green (green waste) and brown (trash) will all be processed by the garbage company as trash so please use any (or all) of them as needed to dispose of perishables and other household trash through Friday October 9th.  Regular pick up recycling, green waste and trash will resume the week of October 12th. 
 
**Important reminder**
Fire debris is hazardous and extreme caution should be taken. Please do not disturb or move household hazardous waste or any structural debris/ash as they may contain toxins hazardous to health. Landfills and transfer stations will NOT accept any structural fire debris and ash without proper documentation from Napa County PBES. If a Phase II Public Debris Removal Program is offered, property owners may become ineligible to participate if they initiate any debris and ash removal on their own.
 
For more information or for further assistance regarding trash collection, please call Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling at (707)963-7988 or visit www.uvds.com. For general questions regarding household hazardous waste or debris and ash removal, please call Napa County PBES at (707) 299-1350.
 
SAFETY MESSAGE – The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and any Evacuation Warnings or Evacuation Orders. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area. There will be smoke in the respective areas as firefighters continue firefighting operations. If at any time you feel unsafe, please call 911. Coming home after a wildfire can be difficult. As evacuations are lifted please review the safety steps when returning to your home after a wildfire. For information on returning home visit us at: https://www.readyforwildfire.org/post-wildfire/returning-home/ To help with the additional trash disposal, St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, and Calistoga-area residents who have returned to their homes can use all three carts as trash bins on their regularly scheduled collection day for removal this week.
 
Blue (recycling), Green (green waste) and brown (trash) will all be processed by the garbage company as trash so please use any (or all) of them as needed to dispose of perishables and other household trash through Friday October 9th.  Regular pick up recycling, green waste and trash will resume the week of October 12th. 
 
**Important reminder**
Fire debris is hazardous and extreme caution should be taken. Please do not disturb or move household hazardous waste or any structural debris/ash as they may contain toxins hazardous to health. Landfills and transfer stations will NOT accept any structural fire debris and ash without proper documentation from Napa County PBES. If a Phase II Public Debris Removal Program is offered, property owners may become ineligible to participate if they initiate any debris and ash removal on their own.
 
For more information or for further assistance regarding trash collection, please call Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling at (707)963-7988 or visit www.uvds.com. For general questions regarding household hazardous waste or debris and ash removal, please call Napa County PBES at (707) 299-1350.
 
SAFETY MESSAGE – The public is reminded to stay vigilant on current fire conditions. Please continue to adhere to road closures and any Evacuation Warnings or Evacuation Orders. A reminder to drive slowly and yield to emergency personnel in the area. There will be smoke in the respective areas as firefighters continue firefighting operations. If at any time you feel unsafe, please call 911. Coming home after a wildfire can be difficult. As evacuations are lifted please review the safety steps when returning to your home after a wildfire. For information on returning home visit us at: https://www.readyforwildfire.org/post-wildfire/returning-home/

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Servicio de recolección de basura modificado para residentes del área de St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin y Calistoga

A medida que se levanten las órdenes de evacuación y las advertencias. Los alimentos perecederos que deben desecharse crearán basura adicional. Para ayudar con la eliminación de basura adicional, los residentes del área de St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin y Calistoga, que hayan regresado a sus hogares,  pueden usar los tres tarros como contenedores de basura en su día de recolección programado regularmente para su eliminación esta semana.
 
La compañía de basura procesará el azul (reciclaje), el verde (residuo biológico/ verde) y el marrón (basura) como basura, así que use cualquiera (o todos) según sea necesario para desechar los productos perecederos y otra basura doméstica hasta el viernes 9 de octubre. La recolección regular de reciclaje, desechos verdes y basura se reanudará la semana del 12 de octubre.
 
**Recordatorio importante**
Los escombros del fuego son peligrosos y se debe tener extrema precaución. No altere ni mueva los desechos domésticos peligrosos o cualquier residuo / ceniza estructural, ya que pueden contener toxinas peligrosas para la salud. Los vertederos y las estaciones de transferencia NO aceptarán cenizas y escombros de incendios estructurales sin la documentación adecuada de PBES del condado de Napa. Si se ofrece un programa de eliminación de escombros públicos de fase II, los propietarios pueden no ser elegibles para participar si inician la eliminación de escombros y cenizas por su cuenta.
 
Para obtener más información o asistencia con respecto a la recolección de basura, llame a Upper Valley Disposal & Recycling al (707) 963-7988 o visite www.uvds.com . Si tiene preguntas generales sobre los desechos domésticos peligrosos o la eliminación de escombros y cenizas, llame a PBES del condado de Napa al (707) 299-1350.
 
MENSAJE DE SEGURIDAD: se recuerda al público que se mantenga atento a las condiciones actuales del incendio. Continúe cumpliendo con los cierres de carreteras y cualquier advertencia u órdenes de evacuación. Un recordatorio para conducir despacio y ceder el paso al personal de emergencia en el área. Habrá humo en las áreas respectivas mientras los bomberos continúan las operaciones de extinción de incendios. Si en algún momento se siente inseguro, llame al 911. Llegar a casa después de un incendio puede ser difícil. A medida que se levanten las evacuaciones, revise los pasos de seguridad cuando regrese a su hogar después del incendio. Para obtener información sobre cómo regresar a casa, visítenos en: https://www.readyforwildfire.org/post-wildfire/returning-home/

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