Ceres Environmental | Storm Activation Portal
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STORM & natural disaster ACTIVATION

Equipment & Subcontractors

 

Example of the equipment required for recovery work.

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Approved Equipment for Vegetative and C&D Debris Removal & Haul:

* Knuckleboom - Double & Single Trailers

* Grapples

* Dump Trailers

* Tele-handlers

* Wheel Excavators with grapple attachments

* sKID sTEERS/bOBCATS

* cREWS

* Walking Floors / Live Bottom trailers

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

6968 Professional Parkway East
Sarasota, FL 34240

☎ CONTACT

ceres.subcontracting@ceresenv.com
800-218-4424

Areas of Practice for Storm & Natural Disaster Relief Efforts:


Hurricanes

are one of the most destructive forces on the planet causing massive damage across a very large area. One of the most immediate requirements after a storm is to cut and toss debris from major roadways so emergency teams can perform their life-saving functions. Very shortly thereafter, large numbers of specialized trucks and equipment must be brought in to clear vegetative (i.e., tree) and building material debris so electricity can be restored and rebuilding can begin. Flooding often occurs during these events contributing even more debris for municipal leaders to remove so that residents can restore their properties. Other damage, like environmental hazards, dead animal carcasses, damaged levees and choked waterways, pose major challenges for emergency planners and officials.


flooding

often accompanies a major storm event like a hurricane or large rain event but can also be a natural occurrence after spring thaws. Floods are generally predictable but require an immediate response. Ceres has mobilized both prior to floods to help mitigate their impact and in post-event situations to remediate damage after waters have receded. As both a construction firm with heavy civil equipment for levee building and a disaster response company, Ceres has unique flood fight and recovery capabilities.


Tornadoes

are one of the most frightening weather-related events as they often arise very quickly and without much warning. Although generally localized to an area, weather patterns can create “streams” of parallel tornados that track across wide areas causing massive destruction to trees, houses and commercial properties. Ceres has the experience, knowledge, and equipment to help communities rebuild after a tornado.

 

 
 
An army of trucks and manpower will ensure the success of rebuilding what mother nature destroyed
— Christine Spirits
 

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