Debris Monitoring



Following a debris generating disaster incident, grant applicants such as state government agencies, local governments and special districts, private non-profit organizations, and recognized Native American Indian tribes may require the support of contracted disaster debris collection monitors and associated management and accounting services. These contract monitors are necessary to ensure that the disaster related debris removal is conducted appropriately and in compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines with respect to funding, safety, the environment, and other regulatory matters. The following programs require the applicant to perform debris monitoring: 

  • Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emergency Relief
  • Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Emergency Watershed Protection
  • Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant

Thompson is able to offer Debris Removal Monitoring service items including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Project Management 
  • FEMA consultation
  • 70-hour push documentation
  • Debris equipment certification 
  • Collection site monitoring
  • Debris management site monitoring
  • Field supervision
  • Leaning tree/hanging limb/stump removal 
  • Vessel and vehicle recovery
  • Waterways clean-up and reimbursement
  • Private property debris removal (PPDR)
  • Demolition monitoring and program management
  • Beach sand reclamation and screening
  • Data/document management
  • Project status reporting
  • Contractor invoice reconciliation
  • Data QA/QC
  • Heath and safety assurance
  • Onboarding/training
  • Special program development and implementation
  • FEMA appeals assistance
  • Cost recovery/ grant applications
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