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.
Case Study: Jefferson County, Alabama
In April 2011, Alabama was hit with some of the worst tornado outbreaks in U.S. history. Ceres responded immediately and moved over 1.2 million cubic yards of vegetative and construction/demolition debris in less than 60 days throughout Jefferson County and several surrounding cities. The company also supported the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for debris management, private property debris removal and environmental response around the state.