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SPSA contracts for
Hurricane and other Disaster Debris Removal,
Reduction, and Disposal along with
procedures to activate the contract are
Disaster and Emergency Response
In the event of severe weather events or
man-made disasters which could cause widespread
damage, SPSA’s Board of Directors
has adopted a response plan which reflects
our unique relationship with our member
communities and other customers.
Since SPSA’s primary mission is solid
waste management and disposal, SPSA’s
main objective during a disaster is to maintain
this capability for the disposal of putrescible
solid waste to the highest degree possible.
Once major streets and highways have been
cleared and conditions permit, SPSA will
resume normal waste disposal activities
at the earliest possible time.
Description of Emergencies
Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, other natural
weather events, and man-made disasters could
strike this area causing widespread damage
and an interruption of utility and other
vital service after the disaster.
Fires or other manmade disasters can potentially
make our facilities inaccessible or could
make it impractical for us to open our facilities.