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1 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW PRESENTER: GREG KELLER, Disaster Recovery Branch Grants Administrator/Public Assistance Officer (614) 799-3669

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1 1 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW PRESENTER: GREG KELLER, Disaster Recovery Branch Grants Administrator/Public Assistance Officer (614)

2 2 COMMON DISASTER TYPES

3 3 DISASTER INTENSITY SCALES Tornadoes Earthquakes Flooding Ice Storm Wildfire Enhanced Fujita Scale Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale Probability Probability of Return Period May Relate to Drought Conditions

4 4 DISASTER DEBRIS TYPES Lesson 8

5 5 CRITICAL DEBRIS ISSUES Types of potential disasters Estimated quantities and types of debris How it will be: –stored –collected –reduced –disposed

6 6 CRITICAL DEBRIS ISSUES cont. Identification of Responsible Agencies Capabilities of In-house Resources Identification of Work to be Contracted Emergency Contracting (Procurement Process Compliance) Identification of Applicable Environmental and Historic Laws Requirements for FEMA Funding

7 7 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 Historic Requirements

8 8 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT CYCLE Normal Operations Response Debris Management Cycle Increased Readiness Increased Readiness Recovery Planning Actions Disposal Actions Staffing Actions Removal Actions

9 9 “Planning is worthless; however the planning process is priceless.” General Dwight D. Eisenhower June 4, 1944 DEVELOPING THE PLAN

10 10 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT PLAN DEVELOPMENT Coordination with Internal (County) and External (Local) Users is Essential Impetus for “Local” Debris Plans Necessary to Maintain Updates Minimizes Implementation Problems Incorporates Local Perspectives Promotes Diverse and Innovative Solutions

11 11 COMPLETION OF THE PLAN Ensure Plan is Adopted. Ensure Training is Included. Exercise the Plan. Review and Update the Plan.

12 12 Significant Consequences Legal Requirements at Several Levels –Federal –State –Local / Tribal WHY COMPLIANCE IS IMPORTANT

13 13 APPLICATION TO DEBRIS ACTIVITIES Consider Environmental and Historic Preservation Issues During: –Clearance –Collection and Removal –Demolition –Debris Management Site Operations –Volume Reduction –Final Disposal

14 14 FORECASTING vs. ESTIMATING Debris Forecasting Pre-disaster Plan Development Debris Estimating Post-disaster Plan Implementation

15 15 POTENTIAL CONTRACTED DEBRIS ACTIVITIES Debris Management Planning Clearance Removal/Hauling Demolition Debris Management Sites Recycling Household Hazardous Waste Asbestos Final Disposal Monitoring Project Management

16 16 CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS PROCUREMENT Follow ALL Procurement Procedures For FEMA reimbursement, Must Meet or Exceed Fed Procurement Standards – See 44 CFR, Part 13, Emergency Procurement Contractor Selection

17 17 TYPES OF CONTRACTS Time and Materials Unit Price Lump Sum

18 18 INELIGIBLE CONTRACTS Cost-plus Percentage of Cost Conditional Upon Federal Reimbursement Contract with Debarred Contractor

19 19 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT SITE WHAT IS IT? Facility to: –Temporarily Store –Segregate, and/or –Reduce Debris for Recycling, Final Disposal At times called Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction Site (TDSR)

20 20 DEBRIS MANAGEMENT SITES -CONSIDERATIONS- Advantages Flexible uses Minimizes impacts to existing landfills Reduces time for removal and disposal of debris Disadvantages Expensive Requires detailed planning/permitting Has historic and environmental requirements Requires dedicated site management

21 21 MONITORING CONSIDERATIONS Responsibilities Staff Capabilities Reporting Requirements Activities and Techniques

22 22 SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE -MISSION ASSIGNMENTS- What is a Mission Assignment? –A mission assigned to another federal agency by FEMA to conduct specific tasks Authorized by Section 502 of the Stafford Act Procedures – 44 CFR, Section:

23 23 TYPES OF MISSION ASSIGNMENTS Direct Federal Assistance Work Performed by Lead Federal Agency/Dept, Contractor Technical Assistance Federal Lead Provides Information, Guidance Federal Operations Support Internal to FEMA Only

24 24 SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE STATE AGENCIES Department of Transportation Adjutant Generals Dept (ONG) Environmental Protection Agency Department of Natural Resources Attorney General Others

25 25 QUESTIONS?


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