Corps completes debris removal in Villalba, Puerto Rico
By Samantha HeiligApril 10, 2018
The Corps removed approximately 45 thousand cubic yards of debris, equivalent to 2,250 truckloads, from Villalba.
As part of the hurricane recovery efforts, FEMA tasked USACE with removal of 4.15 million cubic yards of debris from Puerto Rico.
To date, the Corps has removed a total of 3,903,532 cubic yards from 28 of the 55 municipalities that requested assistance.
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