Debris Management Solutions
Treemasters is well-versed in all aspects of debris management operations. We understand that operations with the client must be conducted in a symbiotic manner with full transparency.
Our capabilities encompass the emergency push operations for critical facility and priority route clearance; right-of-way debris collection; curbside segregation; DMS reduction, recycling and final disposal; permitting; DMS site closeout; and final reconciliation and auditing.
ROW (Right-of-Way) Collection
Our prime task for our jurisdictions in a disaster will be debris collection and removal from the public right-of-ways and other public property. Treemasters will begin mobilizing personnel, materials, and equipment to or near the geographic area in a coordinated effort with the jurisdiction as soon as a disaster event is deemed imminent in order to respond within a timely manner.
Curbside segregation of debris is required prior to debris removal when not previously accomplished by property owners. Typical segregation categories include household garbage, construction debris, vegetative debris, household hazardous wastes, white goods, and electronics. The crew composition for Treemaster’s response team has been developed through years of experience and assessment. The typical crew composition offers the highest degree of professionalism, safety, and efficiency available in the disaster response services industry. The typical Debris Segregation Crew (DSC) and equipment is comprised of: 1 Supervisor (with proper safety gear), 3 Laborers (with proper safety gear), 1 Skid Steer Loader with grapple (rubber tired).
Emergency Road Clearance
Treemasters will mobilize an established management team and necessary resources immediately to initiate and conduct emergency road clearance of debris from primary transportation routes as soon as it is safe to enter work zones (generally, within 6 to 12 hours or sooner). Street clearance is accomplished by removing large debris from public roads, complexes and stacking it on public rights-of-way (ROW).
Debris Management Sites
The topography and soil/substrate conditions should be evaluated to determine best DMS site layout. When planning site preparation, Treemasters think of ways to make restoration easier. For example, if the local soils are very thin, the topsoil can be scraped to bedrock and stockpiled in perimeter berms. Upon site closeout, the uncontaminated soil can be spread to preserve the integrity of the tillable soils. Treemasters will use our DMS site baseline data checklist before operations begin and use those during and after to ensure that site conditions are properly documented. Treemasters holds maintaining and restoring the natural environment to the same condition at which time it was utilized to one of the highest priorities.