Debris Issues, Where to Place Debris Materials - Scott Weighat FBC Road and Bridge

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Debris Issues, Where to Place Debris Materials - Scott Weighat FBC Road and Bridge

  1. 1. Fort Bend County Road & Bridge Scott Wieghat Debris Management
  2. 2. TYPES OF DEBRIS 1. VEGETATIVE DEBRIS 2. CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION (C&D) 3. HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) 4. WHITE GOODS
  3. 3. VEGETATIVE DEBRIS Green Woody Debris Limbs, Trunks, & Stumps
  4. 4. CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION (C&D) Carpet - Flooring Sheetrock Roofing Materials Wooden Fencing Treated Lumber
  5. 5. HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) Petroleum Products Paints Cleaning Products Chemicals Pesticides
  6. 6. WHITE GOODS Refrigerators Freezers Microwaves & Ovens Washer & Dryer
  7. 7. SWEEPS OF DEBRIS REMOVAL Fort Bend County calculated that one sweep of debris removal across the entire county consisted of 5000 curb miles. This figure consist of all of the unincorporated county roads, all city streets, TxDot Right of Ways, and all private and gated communities that cooperated. Debris was also removed from all drainage right of ways that are maintained by Fort Bend County. Fort Bend County successfully completed a minimum of three sweeps throughout the county
  8. 8. BAGGED DEBRIS
  9. 9. Questions? Fort Bend County Road and Bridge Scott Wieghat wieghsco@co.fort-bend.tx.us 281.342.4513

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