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This week’s video is courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Description: It’s been 30 days since Hurricane Sandy reached land on the Northern East Coast, killing over 125 people and causing billions of dollars of damage. Watch this week’s Video of the Week to see how the the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) have been working together to help.

The USACE were mission assigned by FEMA to manage debris removal from Hurricane Sandy. The collection and transfer of debris from the local streets to barge transfer upstate to landfills is explained by Colonel Trey Jordan, Commander of Recovery Field Office for USACE and Bob Karlen, Quality Assurance Officer also with USACE.