Disaster Debris Collection Left by Hurricane Irma Completed In City of Melbourne

By  //  November 24, 2017

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108,334 cubic yards of debris was collected

The City of Melbourne has completed collection of all disaster debris left by Hurricane Irma. A total of 108,334 cubic yards of debris was collected by the City’s debris management contractor — almost double the amount of debris collected after Hurricane Matthew of 56,417 cubic yards.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The City of Melbourne has completed collection of all disaster debris left by Hurricane Irma.

A total of 108,334 cubic yards of debris was collected by the City’s debris management contractor — almost double the amount of debris collected after Hurricane Matthew of 56,417 cubic yards.

All collection services have been turned back over to Waste Management, the city’s regular waste collection vendor.

Please call 321-608-5080 if you have any questions about trash or recycling collection services in the City of Melbourne.

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