The clean up for the Paradise California fire is underway. Burning for more than two weeks from November 8-25 last year, the fire wreaked havoc in the city of Paradise, destroying 18,000 structures with damage totaling $16.5 billion.
During the clean up phase, there are 3,000+ workers that are living in base camps in the city. According to The Sacramento Bee, “the scene in the Butte County hills resembles a military operation. Base camps house workers – with mess halls, showers and laundry facilities – so workers from around the state and possibly from outside California don’t compete for limited housing with local residents.”
Our job at Power Plus?
To provide electrical power and equipment for those base camps.
Pro tip: When disaster strikes, Power Plus is ready to provide disaster assistance and emergency power. We can provide temporary power and rental generators for extended periods of time, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.
To support the Paradise California fire disaster relief, we are providing power for the three base camps that are housing 3,000+ workers.
Each base camp has different temporary power needs:
Overall, our disaster relief temporary power system for Paradise will be operational for at least nine – 12 months during the clean up phase. The Sacramento Bee reports that the fire left behind five million tons of ash, steel, seared concrete, and debris, which is by far the most extensive disaster relief clean up the state has dealt with.
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