Debris Management Planning

Debris Management Planning

Clients need a plan for removing debris in the event of a disaster. Debris management planning restores essential services within a jurisdiction, helps ensure the safety of residents, and facilitates a more comprehensive reimbursement effort for federal funding sources.

Hagerty helps manage the debris management planning process in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective way. There are many types of debris, each of which requires distinct procedures for collecting and carting. We will help you find the appropriate resources for your situation. Certain types of debris, such as infectious waste, chemical or radiological debris, putrescent (carcasses and other matter that will decompose and rot), and electronic waste (televisions, computers, dangerous items like cathode ray tubes) are dangerous.  Who does the work and where will debris be taken after it is picked up? What are the procedures if the work site is environmentally sensitive or historically significant?

Hagerty will develop a plan to deal with the mess, recruit the specialists, and help you move forward with recovery. Read about one huge debris management planning project here.