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  1. Disaster Debris Preparedness Planning Angeline McInerny Wake County Environmental Services Department

  2. The ABC’s • FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency • NCEM – North Carolina EmergencyManagement • PA – Public Assistance (Program or Section) • DOT – Department of Transportation • DENR – Department of Environment and Natural Resources

  3. Four Components • Hauling • Monitoring • Debris Reduction & Disposal • Debris Management Plan

  4. Needs Assessment • US Army Corps of Engineers • Volumetric modeling • Predicted accuracy of +/- 30%

  5. Hauling • Capacity • Use Municipal Staff and Resources • Hire a Contractor • Areas of Responsibility • Municipal vs. DOT roads • Private Roads & Gated Communities

  6. Hauling • DOT MOA • Contact Don Aschbrenner • 919-733-3725 • daschbrenner@dot.state.nc.us

  7. Hauling • Contractors • Pre-qualify • Pre-position contracts • Contracts • Consider multi-year • Consider primary and secondary

  8. Monitoring • Scope • With each loading truck • At the off-loading site • Capacity • Use Municipal Staff and Resources • Hire a Contractor • Contractor • Pre-qualify • Pre-position • Multi-year

  9. Debris Reduction & Disposal • Capacity • US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) • Type • Reduction & Recycling • Market for end product • Length of holding time

  10. Debris Reduction & Disposal • Where will you take it all? • Municipal LCID • Private landfills • TDSR site • What about your neighbors? • Neighbor’s needs • DOT • Area capacity

  11. Debris Reduction & Disposal • Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction (TDSR) Site • Partners • Ownership • Locations • Duration • Functions

  12. Debris Reduction & Disposal • TDSR Site Selection Process • 30 acres or greater • Farm-use land classification • Outside of R-80W • Outside of wetlands & floodplain • Greater than 1000’ from subdivisions • No known Natural Heritage species • 45 mph or greater

  13. Debris Reduction & Disposal • Permitting • DENR – Waste Management Division • Environmental concerns • Layout • Securing • Internal MOA • Lease agreements

  14. Reimbursement • FEMA Documentation • Bid process for contractors • Private landfill tipping fees • Landfill tipping fees • Lease agreements with private landowners • Load tickets

  15. FEMA PA Pilot Program • June 1,2007 to December 31, 2008 • 4 Components • Grants on basis of cost estimate up to $500,000 • Retain revenue from recycled debris • Reimburse straight-time salaries of permanent staff • 5% increase in Federal share if applicant has 2 pre-qualified contractors & a debris management plan

  16. Debris Management Plan • Developed and adopted prior to declaration • Can be submitted to FEMA after declaration • Up to 7 days after kick-off meeting

  17. Debris Management Plan • Covers • Roles & responsibilities • Assumptions • Collection plans & priorities • Disposal sites • Contracting • Private property debris removal • Public information plan

  18. Debris Management Plan • NCEM • Andy Innis • 919-715-8000 ext. 311 • ainnis@ncem.org • FEMA personnel – Danny McDonald • Workshops • One-on-One Consultations • Schedule through NCEM

  19. Contact Information Angeline McInerny Wake County Environmental Services Department 919-857-3912 (office) 919-291-4559 (mobile) Angeline.Mcinerny@co.wake.nc.us