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LOCAL DEBRIS PLANNING. OHIO EMA Disaster Recovery Branch (DRB). Public Assistance Staff Laura Adcock (614) 799-3667, ladcock Scott King (614) 799-3668, seking Branch Chief Greg Keller (614) 799-3669, gkeller Note: All emails end with @dps.state.oh.us.

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LOCAL DEBRIS PLANNING


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OHIO EMA Disaster Recovery Branch (DRB)

Public Assistance Staff

Laura Adcock (614) 799-3667, ladcock

Scott King (614) 799-3668, seking

Branch Chief

Greg Keller (614) 799-3669, gkeller

Note: All emails end with @dps.state.oh.us


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Debris Removal Eligibility

  • Eliminate immediate threat to life, public health, or safety

  • Eliminate immediate threats of significant damage to improved public or private property

  • Ensure economic recovery of the affected community to the benefit of the community-at-large


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Disaster Debris


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Issues in Previous Disasters

  • Improper contracts and unit costs

  • Insufficient monitoring

  • No organized response

  • Poorly documented estimates

  • Movement of non-disaster debris

  • Failure to comply with environmental or historical requirements.


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Debris Management Plan Development

  • Coordination is essential with both internal and external partners

  • Necessary to maintain updates

  • Minimizes implementation problems

  • Incorporates local perspectives

  • Promotes diverse and innovative solutions


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Components of a Debris Management Plan

  • Established debris management structure

  • Validated assessment of the situation and assumptions

  • Well-defined debris collection plan

  • Identified debris management sites

  • Well-defined procedures for contracted services

  • Identified process for demolition and debris removal from private property

  • Established health and safety procedures

  • Identified Public Information Strategy


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Why the Focus?

  • FEMA encourages States, Tribal, Local Governments, and Private Non Profits to be proactive in their planning process for debris.

  • Those with a comprehensive Debris Management Plan are:

    • Better prepared to restore public services.

    • Better prepared to ensure public health and safety.

    • Better prepared to receive full level of benefits if there is a federal declaration.

  • Success depends on the jurisdictions commitment to development, implementation, and evaluation.


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Where are we now?


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Where are we Now?

  • July 2010 Survey of the County EMA Directors identified:

    • Need for tools to assist with planning.

    • Need for further technical assistance.

    • Need for technical assistance from EPA on debris site planning.

    • Need for identifying proper public information strategies.


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Where are we Now?

  • August of 2010 Sample Debris Plan Work Group formed and goals were to:

    • Provide an update to the 2002 Sample Plan.

    • Provide better tools, guidance, and planning documents.

    • Provide documents that could be adaptable based on the local jurisdictions need.

  • Group consisted of members from : Ohio EMA, Ohio EPA, Fairfield Co. EMA, City of Findlay, and Holmes/Wayne Electric Co-Op


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What’s Ahead?

  • Work Group updated/developed the following tools:

    • New Sample County Plan with Appendices

    • New Local Jurisdiction Standard Operating Guidelines (SOG)

    • Planning Guidance Workbook

    • Debris Plan Outline

    • Debris Plan Review Cross Walk

  • All these tools should be available by mid June 2011 for use!


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What’s Ahead?

  • These tools will assist local officials with developing or updating their plans.

  • Each county will need to consider how to:

    • Make the determination as to what best suits their needs

    • Structure the plan to achieve effective coordination between all jurisdictions.

    • Set specific criteria for plan implementation in order to receive Public Assistance (PA) reimbursement.

    • Effectively manage and monitor all debris removal activities.


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Technical Assistance

  • Ohio EMA Website:

    • http://ema.ohio.gov/Recovery_DebrisInfo.aspx

    • Debris Fact Sheet for Local Officials

  • FEMA Website:

    • http://www.fema.gov/government/grant/pa/debris_main.shtm

    • Debris Management Guide (FEMA 325)

    • Public Assistance Guide (FEMA 322)

  • Ohio EPA Website:

    • http://www.epa.state.oh.us/dsiwm


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HOW’S YOUR PLAN?


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THANKYOU!


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