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Hurricane Katrina: Continuing Debris Removal and Disposal Issues
John B. Stephenson (au)
In 2005, as a result of Hurricane Katrina, more than 1,600 people lost their lives and more than a million were driven from their homes on the Gulf Coast. Tens of thousands of homes in New Orleans were flooded, many requiring either demolition or gutting before reconstruction. Nearly 3 years later, the New Orleans area still faces significant debris management issues and challenges. This report describes: (1) key plans and practices fed. and state agencies are currently using to oversee debris removal and disposal in response to Hurricane Katrina; (2) enforcement actions stated and fed. agencies have taken related to Katrina debris removal and disposal; and (3) actions by EPA in response to environmental issues at the Gentilly Landfill in New Orleans. Ill.
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