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Orange County after Hurricane Ian

Orange County begins debris removal deployment Thursday

Prepping for debris removal? Make sure to separate items to be collected by vegetative debris, construction/demolition debris, appliances and electronics.

Orange County Public Works debris removal contractors are scheduled to deploy beginning on Thursday, October 6, 2022, to collect large storm debris.

What to Expect
  Contractor crews will begin collecting large storm debris starting on October 6, 2022.
  Crews will make multiple passes to collect storm debris, focusing on vegetative debris first.
  We appreciate your patience as we collect debris from all areas of the county.

How to Prepare
  Place debris on the curb at the edge of your property.
  Debris may be collected in multiple phases. Vegetative debris is currently the immediate focus.
•  Separate items to be collected by vegetative debris, construction and demolition debris, appliances, and electronics.
•  Do not stack or lean debris near or on trees, poles, fire hydrants, or other structures.
•  Do not block the roadway or storm drains. Please limit obstruction of sidewalks.

Vegetative Debris*
  Large branches
  Tree limbs

Construction and Demolition Debris
  Wood products
  Drywall and plaster
  Brick and clay tile
  Asphalt shingles

*Leaves and small debris can be collected with normal yard waste removal.

For more information, please visit ocfl.net/Ian#Debris.
Vegetative Debris: large branches, tree limbs, logs and plants
 Construction/Demolition Debris: steel, wood products, drywall and plaster, titles, shingles and concrete
Appliances: fridges, air conditioners, stoves, water heaters
Computers, radios, televisions, stereos
Getting ready for some junk removal? Be sure to separate items to be collected from plant waste, construction/demolition waste, appliances and electronic devices. For more information please visit espanol.ocfl.net/Ian#Debris.
 Vegetable waste: large branches, tree branches, trunks and plants
emoConstruction/demolition debris: steel, wood products, plaster panels, slabs, tiles and concrete
Appliances: refrigerators, air conditioners, heaters, water heaters Computers, radios, TVs, stereos
Orange County, Orange County Public Works, Debris Removal, Hurricane Ian


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