2022 Seasonal Positions are Live!
2021 Fire Season : OUR BIGGEST IMPACT YET!
Salt Fire, Shasta Lake CA (July 5-12)
Lick Creek Fire, Asotin WA (July 17-24)
Bootleg Fire, Silver Lake OR (July 17 - August 13)
Antelope Fire, Macdoel CA (August 13 - October 13)
Cub/Cedar/Okanagon Complex, Wintrhop WA (July 25 - September 7)
Schnieder Springs, Yakima WA (September 14-28)
KNP Complex, Kings Canyon National Park CA (October 18 - November 3)
The 2021 season was our biggest yet. With climate change worsening, fires are starting earlier and running longer. We started our first fire on July 3rd in Northern California, and our last fire wrapped up on November 3rd in Southern California. It was a busy summer, our teams were exhausted, but we made a huge impact and we feel so proud of our work!
We recycled 164,660 pounds of material over the course of the summer. The primary materials we diverted from incidents include cardboard, plastic bottles, aluminum, wood, food waste, and alkaline batteries.
2020 SLATER/DEVIL FIRES - Happy Camp, CA
September 19 - October 24, 2020
The Slater/Devil Fires started in Happy Camp, CA and jumped the California/Oregon border. Human Eco provided recycling services to multiple base camps, spike camps and remote ICP locations. With an average daily personnel count of over 1,000, Human Eco diverted close to 30,000lbs of material from landfill.
2019 WALKER FIRE - Taylorsville, CA
September 7-26th, 2019
The Walker Fire in Taylorsville was one of the biggest fires in Northern California in 2019. With over 2,000 facility and fire fighting personnel, Human Eco worked directly within the local communities to recycle over 40% of all materials generated. This included such items as plastic, paper, cardboard, aluminum and batteries. Human Eco organized a food donation program for the camp to donate all non-perishable foods within the nearby towns. As well as a donation for spent fire hose to a non-profit Hose2Habitat.
2019 LEFT HAND FIRE - Naches, WA
July 31- August 8th, 2019
Human Eco provided recycle infrastructure and services to the Left Hand Fire in Naches Washington. This fire camp had an average of 650 personnel for both facilities and fire fighters. Human Eco collected plastic water bottles, cardboard, coffee cups, paper, batteries, aluminum and wood pallets and diverted 49% of waste from landfill. Priority was given to recyclers who processed materials locally, such as the paper, which was processed in Yakima for use in fruit trays. Pallets were repaired and reused locally as well.