Sunday, September 2, 2012
While residents begin clearing damaged assets from homes, please be reminded debris must be separated into piles listed below and documented before throwing away. Place debris near the curb; not in the street. Debris must be separated into vegetative (organic, trees, shrubs, stumps, etc), construction & demolition debris (any treated wood or lumber drywall, roofing materials), white goods (refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers), household hazardous waste, and e-waste (computers, televisions, etc).
When separating debris please remember the following:
Please note it is not required to have an insurance assessment of materials before throwing debris away. However, it is important to photograph all debris being thrown away as proof for insurance agencies. When separating the materials, take a photo of each asset with the home in the background. Also create a descriptive list of all assets that were lost to correctly record all damages.
White good are being picked up by the garbage service; however, all other debris will be picked up separately. This schedule will be posted once finalized.