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If a disaster strikes and there is no debris-management plan in place, an applicant has several options:
When a disaster strikes a community, it is almost certain that some form of debris will be generated and that its removal will be required. From the initial clearing of vegetative debris off roads to accommodate emergency vehicles, to the demolition of severely damaged private homes and other structures, having a well-thought-through debris-management plan can help ensure compliance with FEMA’s Public Assistance Program and, therefore, reimbursement for debris management and removal expenses.____________________