Stream Debris Removal:
What is “Stream Debris Removal”? It is the process of clearing blocked, clogged, and impassable waterways and navigable channels after any weather event, years of decaying forests, as well as beavers making dams and habitats. Blocked waterways and channels can create many adverse conditions upstream or downstream such as poor drainage and flooding for cities, counties, municipalities, and private properties.
Advance Tree Care has received numerous contracts to perform Stream Debris Removal for government agencies such as the U.S. Department Agriculture, the Natural Resource Conservation Service, U.S. Coast Guard, as well as municipality and county Public Works Departments. We have performed Stream Debris Removal in many difficult and challenging locations, whether working off of a stream bank, or on a floating/sectional barge with an excavator. Whatever is required, Advance Tree Care can accomplish the job in a safe, timely, and efficient manner. Advance Tree Care is one of the few companies in the United States with the skills and proven experience performing this type of work. References are available upon request.