Letter: Instructions for Disposing of Storm Related Debris

Meadowbrook Industries, LLC advises residents to cut all wood, carpeting and brush into manageable lengths

To All Lacey Residents Affected by Hurricane Sandy:

In our continuing efforts to aid you in disposing of your storm related debris, I would like to suggest the following measures to help us help you:

Wood Debris- Please cut all pieces to manageable lengths of less than six feet. Please tie the smaller pieces together when possible.

Carpeting- Please roll the carpeting up into manageable lengths of less than six feet. Please tie the rolls if possible.

Brush- Please cut pieces into manageable lengths of less than six feet. Please us trash cans to  contain the small branches.

Please segregate your normally generated household waste from the storm debris if at all possible. This will keep our normal collection efforts flowing for you.

It is our sincere intent to provide you with the best possible debris removal during this crisis. The few above mentioned tips will aid us in this collection effort.

Shoul you have any questions, please call me at 732-803-7511.


Joseph J. Caldeira, Jr.
Meadowbrook Industries, LLC.

Pamela Brown ♥ November 16, 2012 at 11:57 AM
Meadowbrook's contract should be awarded to another company, or the township public works should take over.
Tony D November 16, 2012 at 12:00 PM
and why is that? you sure do whine alot
Pamela Brown ♥ November 16, 2012 at 12:47 PM
Lacey United Methodist Church needs volunteers/new 2x Bunn coffeepot and a refigerator &electrician to install... FR Beach - our 84 year old neighbor's storm debris/trash has sat since other neighbors pulled it to the curb Nov 3rd- germs / bacteria, scavengers- I think OUR TWP could do better job.


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