From the Orange County Newsroom
Ready for debris removal? Be sure to separate items collected by plant debris, construction/demolition debris, appliances, and electronics.
Orange County Public Works Debris Removal Contractors will be deployed starting Thursday, Oct. 6, 2022 to collect debris from the major storm.
what to expect
• Contractor Crew Begins Collection large storm debris From October 6, 2022.
• made by the crew multiple paths Collect storm debris, focusing on plant debris first.
• We are collecting debris from all over the prefecture, so please wait for a while.
• place rubble on the curb on the edge of your property.
• Debris can be collected at multiple phases. Nutritional debris is currently the immediate focus.
• Separate items for collection By plant debris, construction and demolition debris, appliances, and electronics.
• Do not stack or tilt Debris near or on trees, poles, hydrants, or other structures.
• Do not bother driveway or storm drain. Limit sidewalk obstacles.
• big branch
• tree branch
Construction and demolition debris
• wooden products
• drywall and plaster
• bricks and clay tiles
• asphalt shingle
*Fallen leaves and small garbage can be collected by regular garden garbage collection.
Vegetative Fragments: Large Branches, Tree Branches, Logs, Plants
Construction/demolition debris: steel, wood products, drywall and plaster, title, shingles, concrete
Appliances: refrigerators, air conditioners, stoves, water heaters
computer, radio, television, stereo
Vegetable waste: large branches, tree branches, trunks, plants
emo construction/demolition debris: steel, wood, gypsum panels, slabs, tiles, concrete
Electrical appliances: refrigerators, air conditioners, heaters, water heaters, computers, radios, televisions, stereos
Orange County Public Works,