Large piles of tree limbs and branches piled on the public rights-of-way

Construction and Demolition (C&D)

Damaged components of buildings and structures—wood, glass, metal, roofing material, tile, carpeting, concrete, equipment

Hazardous Waste

Waste with properties that make it potentially harmful to human health or the environment

White Goods

Household appliances

Soil, Mud, Sand

Deposits on improved public property and rights-of-way from floods, landslides, and storm surges

Vehicles and Vessels

Abandoned vehicles or vessels blocking ingress/egress in public-use areas

Putrescent Debris

Decomposed animal carcasses

Infectious Waste

Contaminated animal waste, human blood, pathological waste, discarded medical instruments

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear-Contaminated Debris

Debris contaminated with hazardous materials from an explosive event with chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear threat agents