Natural Disaster Cleanup

Natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, fires or floods create debris that must be cleared to restore affected areas. This type of debris can be green waste (such as tree limbs), furniture, drywall or entire structures that have to be demolished and recycled.

In many cases, this type of debris is collected into a FEMA-managed (Federal Emergency Management Agency) temporary Debris Management Site (DMS). The material is sorted for recycling or reduction. Material reduction is typically done with a horizontal grinder, since tub grinders can be too dangerous due to their tendency to throw un-grindable material out of top of the grinder, endangering on site personnel and houses near the debris management sites.

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