Storm Recovery: Do you know what to do with storm debris?

Environment4/9/2024 5:00 PM

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Climate change is expected to worsen the frequency, intensity, and impact from extreme weather events, like floods, tornadoes, and ice storms. Natural disasters generally result in significant damage to infrastructure and increase in the amount and types of materials requiring disposal. This can pose a threat or substantial nuisance to human health and environmental if not handled quickly and properly. See the new resources at and join us to learn more! In this webinar, emergency responders, local officials, community planners, and Michigan residents will learn about: • The regulations for managing storm debris. • EGLE’s authority and Michigan’s process for obtaining an Emergency Solid Waste Disposal Authorization in response to a natural disaster. • New online tools to help prepare for and respond to a natural disaster. Join us for this webinar to learn how you and your community can prepare for and be ready to respond to a natural disaster in your community. Attendance at this webinar is worth 1 continuing education or professional development hours for professional engineers.


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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is responsible for protecting Michigan's environment and public health, promoting the sustainable use and conservation of natural resources, and ensuring clean and safe air, water, and land. EGLE's mission is to create a sustainable future for Michigan by implementing innovative and effective environmental programs, enforcing regulations, and promoting environmental stewardship through education and outreach.