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Oct. 5 - Chatham County Residential Debris Removal

Category: Local Govts & Politics

Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

October 5, 2017 - In the week following Hurricane Irma, Chatham County activated both of their debris removal contractors, AshBritt and Crowder Gulf, as well as, utilizing its own forces.

The supply of debris removal equipment and resources is limited and the demand is more than originally anticipated, however, County administration has requested that debris contractors expedite the allocation of more resources in the next 7 days.

Crews are currently working 10 hour days, six days a week to remove debris. 

Debris removal crews are working throughout the community and debris pickup will be expedited as additional crews become available. 

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