Over 100 Tons of Trash Removed from Massive Austin Homeless Camp
Clean-up crews removed over 100 tons of trash from a massive homeless camp in North Austin days after fires broke out in the area.
On Wednesday, Austin city resource crews announced they’d completed a days-long effort to remove trash from a subterranean homeless encampment.
According to Fox 7 Austin, the three municipal organizations involved in the cleanup reported picking up “approximately over 100 tons of trash from the site,” with one unit, Austin Resource Recovery, pointing out they focused on cleaning up 30 tons of mainly used tires due to their fire risk.
The effort comes in the wake