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Unformatted text preview: Debris Management Operations José Antonio Carbajal, Monica Villarreal Ozlem Ergun, Pinar Keskinocak 1 G e o r g i a T e c h S u p p l y C h a i n & L o g i s t i c s I n s t i t u t e C e n t e r f o r H u m a n i t a r i a n L o g i s t i c s Debris Management Operations s Waste generated after a disaster: s Vegetation s Construction waste s Household hazardous waste s White goods s Dead animals, etc. 2 s Short term impact: s Transportation of relief resources s Access to critical facilities s Long term impact: s Threat to human health s Environmental impact Pictures taken from FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Motivation s Amount equivalent to years of normal solid waste . s Hurricane Ike (2008): 19 million CY 1 s Hurricane Katrina (2005): More than 100 million CY 2 s Costly, long and complicated process: s About 27% of the disaster recovery cost 3 s Three months after Hurricane Ike hit: 4 s 30 mile debris pile in Smith Point, TX. 3 s $40 million and 8 months to dispose it s Federal and local guidelines 3 s Focus on ‘what’, rather than ‘how’ s Need of model/tools for planning and execution [1] Myers, R. (2008). “FEMA extends registration deadline, sticks to debris removal deadline”. Beaumont Enterprise. [2] “Disaster Debris Removal After Hurricane Katrina: Status and Associated Issues”. CRS Report for Congress. [3] “Public Assistance Debris Management Guide”. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). [4] “Texas Residents Watch Hurricane Ike Debris Mount”. National Public Radio.. Debris Management Operations Components Design Event and Debris Forecasts Debris Collection Procurement Pre-Disaster Post-Disaster Response Disaster Timeline Debris Collection esponse Operations ecovery Operations esponse Operations 4 Strategy Debris Management Sites Planning Debris Management Sites Operation Debris Reduce/ Recycling Debris Final Disposal Response Operations Recovery Operations Response Operations Debris Management Operations Components Design Event and Debris Forecasts Debris Collection Procurement Pre-Disaster Post-Disaster Response Disaster Timeline Debris Collection esponse Operations ecovery Operations esponse Operations 5 Strategy Debris Management Sites Planning Debris Management Sites Operation Debris Reduce/ Recycling Debris Final Disposal Response Operations Recovery Operations Response Operations Debris Management Operations Components Design Event and Debris Forecasts Debris Collection Procurement Pre-Disaster Post-Disaster Response Disaster Timeline Debris Collection esponse Operations ecovery Operations esponse Operations 6 Strategy Debris Management Sites Planning Debris Management Sites Operation Debris Reduce/ Recycling Debris Final Disposal Response Operations Recovery Operations Response Operations Similar Problems in the Literature s Vehicle routing for urban snow plowing operations 1 s Determine route to serve all segments s Objective function related to time s “Clean” segments have higher speed...
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