That Crap On Your Sidewalk Will Likely Remain There For A Long Time
Still, a drive through Sharpstown reveals lots of debris stacked up near the sidewalks, and other neighborhoods in town are lined with trash bags that have been sitting for over a week.
“We have 16 debris zones and everybody wants you to be in their neighborhood,” Joseph said. “I think that’s the hardest part – you know, we want to service everybody quickly.”
She added: “This affected pretty much all of Houston, as oppsoed to [Tropic Storm] Alison, which was like in two major areas….And so I think that’s what makes this cleanup difficult, because it’s everywhere. It’s a bigger debris event….And [we] estimate from 5 million to 7 million cubic yards of storm debris out.”
-- Craig Malisow