Triple Flare was established after years of working in the event industry planning and properly managing waste and recycling for weddings, concerts and corporate gatherings. With an extensive knowledge of event logistics, Triple Flare has been a leader in fire camp recycling and enhanced sanitation. The team has spent over 340 days in the field earning the reputation of reliable performance, efficiency and establishing a clean, personable image.
To date, Triple Flare has diverted over 1/2 million water bottles from heading to landfills all while keeping camps clean and sanitary from camp crud and COVID-19.
Triple Flare has managed recycling and provided CDC guided enhanced sanitation at fire camps in Oregon, California, Arizona and New Mexico. Triple Flare is orderable via national contract in regions 3, 5 and 6 and by EERA in other regions.
Fires served to date:
2017: Whitewater Fire, Horsecreek Complex Fire, Rebel Fire
2018: Taylor Creek Fire, Delta Fire, Klondike Fire
2019: Miller Fire, Museum Fire, Cellar Fire, Lime Fire, South Fire
2020: Mangum Fire, Big Horn Fire, Polles Fire, Blue River 2 Fire, July Complex, Stagecoach Fire, Ranch 2 Fire, Lake Fire, August Complex, North Complex, Sheep Fire
We believe that a clean environment is a better environment.
Fire Camp COVID Response + Enhanced Sanitation
Enhanced Sanitation is the combination of onsite janitorial cleaning, routine disinfecting and COVID decontamination.
Offering first responders peace of mind and a healthy work environment.
Your Fire Camp COVID Response and Sanitation Team. Nationwide response, reliable service and 24 hour on call decontamination for first responders.
By having a plan and hiring professionals to work along side you, you can ensure that your camp will be Clean, Sanitized and Safe.
We follow CDC guidelines and provide all PPE, EPA rated disinfectants and transportation to keep camp crud and COVID from entering your camp. With over 100 days of active field experience, Triple Flare is the National Leader in providing COVID sanitation services to Federal Disaster Camps.
Triple Flare Enhanced Sanitation is orderable nationwide via EERA.
“Due to the current COVID Pandemic, we found their services to be vital in maintaining a safe, secure, and clean environment for our firefighters to work in. The crew was well versed in disinfection practices, appropriate cleaners, maintaining a clean environment, and COVID precautions. Triple Flare needs to be commended for the excellent service they provide and their amazing attitudes!” – LSC1 (Northern Rockies Type 1 Team 1)
Agile, Mobile, Ready!
Triple Flare has been a leader in quick response to assist with government agencies, first responders and incident camps. Let us know if we can assist you.
KTVL – Contractor helping Taylor Creek Fire camp ‘go green’
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A contractor out of Bend is assisting the U.S. Forest Service in a pilot program to help fire camps ‘go green’ and recycle plastic bottles and cardboard. Right now, the only camp utilizing this level of recycling in southern Oregon is at the Taylor Creek Fire, which averaged approximately 1500 firefighters and …
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Helping Wildland Firefighting Camps Reduce Landfill Waste – Cascade Business News
Supporting wildland firefighters means supplying bottled water and Gatorade by the pallet load. Making sure all that waste is recycled has been a low priority for crews tackling miles of wildfire, but that’s changing in the Willamette National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service hired Triple Flare Recycling, based in Bend, to manage waste at fire …
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WasteDive Article, From Weddings to Wildfires
AUTHOR Cody Boteler@codyboteler view original article in WasteDive: Here When a young 20-something and his friends noticed that it usually fell on the family and, often, a cadre of groomsmen to clean up after weddings, a business idea was born. In 2015, a new, dedicated service to help with wedding cleanup — and, crucially, managing the …
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