DEBRISTECH | Electronic Debris Management System
 

ABOUT US

 
About Us
 

State of the art Electronic Debris Removal Tracking and Monitoring technology helping communities recover quickly.

ipadWHAT IS DEBRISTECH

When a major disaster strikes, it is critical that response and recovery efforts be carried out quickly, safely, and efficiently. By utilizing electronic debris tracking technology and partnerships with industry leaders, DebrisTech is able to provide instantaneous, detailed, and accurate tracking information on debris removal and disposal – helping those those affected find stability, recovery, and reimbursement as quickly as possible.

 

Our Electronic Debris Management System provides real time access to all aspects of debris removal operations through the DebrisTech Central Information Database. Debris Removal Monitors equipped with our patented tracking devices keep a bullet-proof digital record from start to finish.

 

Modeled after proven debris monitoring methods, DebrisTech replaces hand written tickets with real time data collection devices, raising the bar for documentation and security. Built-in automated fraud detection and audit tools reduce the risk of fraudulent activities and minimize the potential of costly de-obligations. The system can also provide real time access to agencies, such as FEMA or the Inspector General, so that auditors can begin their task early… which means quicker reimbursement, and quicker recovery.

Ensuring FEMA compliance by tracking and documenting the location and progress of debris removal crews, personnel, contractors, equipment and debris — in real time.

for emergency response and disaster recovery, DebrisTech is the most advanced Automated Debris Management System (ADMS) provider out there.

CASE STUDY: HURRICANE SANDY
LONG BEACH, NY

 

The City of Long Beach, NY suffered tremendous loss following Hurricane Sandy. Within 24 hours of being notified, DebrisTech mobilized services and began providing removal monitoring and documentation critical to the city’s recovery.

 

790549

cubic meters of debris documented

20500

debris loads processed

70

Debris Removal Crews Monitored

6

Disposal Sites in Operation

 
Technology
 

TRACKING AND REPORTING

c1
 

The DebrisTech Central Information Database provides access to all aspects of the debris removal process.

 

Authorized users have access to many different reports summarizing daily, weekly, or monthly activity by truck number, subcontractor, Right of Entry Number and much more.

 

The Real-Time system eliminates the need for a large administrative staff to manually enter paper tickets.

 
 

HANDHELD SCANNING DEVICES

 

The system replaces handwritten tickets with real-time data collection devices as the primary record.

 

Each device is loaded with custom software configured specifically for each monitor’s role.

 

All handheld devices have the ability to scan barcodes, take digital photographs, apply GPS location tagging, and accept manual inputs.

c5

 
 

ID BADGE PRINTING

 

With the field printing system, you have the ability to print custom id badges for all employees on site.

 

A unique barcode can be assigned to any and all employees, allowing for faster, more efficient check-ins.

 

Badges allow for easy employee identification and help track what team or contractor they work with.

 
 

ON-SITE TRAINING SYSTEM

 

The on-site training system includes an Apple TV that allows the employees to watch instructional videos & tutorials on the job site.

 

Training is streamlined as DebrisTech’s First Responders are able to train large groups of locally hired monitors at any location in less than 2 hours.

 

Technical Support Coordinators will be responsible for training device operators and truck certification personnel.

c5

 
 

BARCODE APPLICATION TOOL

 
 

Our custom designed barcode application tool makes it simple to attach a barcode to each tree or stump surveyed.

 

A digital photo, timestamp, tree/stump size, GPS coordinates, and inspector ID are all collected with each barcode.

 

Unique truck/trailer barcodes are scanned at the loading and offloading points and provide additional valuable information.

 
Projects & News
 

EF4 Tornado Recovery Lamar County, MS

Lamar County, Mississippi, located just west of Hattiesburg, MS, suffered great damage from a large EF4 Tornado in the early evening hours of February, 10, 2013. This tornado left a debris field that was more than 15 miles long and almost as wide. This debris field left the County with more than 30,000 cubic yards
Read More 

MORE POSTS

New Website

We’re excited to announce the launch of our new site. Have a look around and learn a little about what we do.

MORE POSTS
facebook 
twitter
youtube
google-plus

Contact Us

 

Contact Us