The Debris Removal Contractor Registry is an electronic database developed to assist state and local governments in identifying and contacting debris removal contractor resources. The information is provided and maintained by contractors and their representatives. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) does not verify and takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any information they provide. Contractors who provide debris removal services can register and describe the equipment and staff they have available. Debris Removal Contractor Registry (DRCR) is a tool for local governmental entities to more easily identify and contact debris removal contractor resources for pre-planning or post-disaster response purposes. Public works staff or other representatives of local governments can search the registry for contractors in vicinity of their geographic location or search for contractors with specific types and/or quantities of resources.
Benefits of Debris Removal Contractor Registry include:
* Allows local governmental entities to easily identify and contact debris removal contractor
resources for pre-planning or post-disaster response
* Allows users to search the registry for contractors in the vicinity of their geographic location
* Allows users search for contractors with specific types and/or quantities of resources
Follow this link below to Download FEMA’s Debris Removal Contractor Registry Manual for free: https://asd.fema.gov/inter/drcr/docs/DRCR-Internet_User_Guide_v3.pdf