- Thank you from Rev. Sandy Dale, SEVT LTRC chair
- Deadline for assistance application nearing
- Irene funding and recovery update
- Irene recovery ongoing
- Gov. Shumlin’s statement about Sandy
- Keeping an eye on Hurricane Sandy
- AmeriCorps NCCC volunteers in Windham County
- Rock River Revival Parade
- Recovery efforts continue in Windham County: You can help!
- United Church of Christ rallies volunteers
Category Archives: Cleanup
CDC flyer get-rid-of-mold (169KB PDF) – this flyer from the Centers for Disease Control has information on how to get rid of mold.
Read the full ANR press release for more information. The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) is shifting from an exclusive focus on emergency response to working with municipalities, businesses and homeowners to maximize the long-term effectiveness of our state’s … Continue reading
From a DOH press release – Mold can be a special problem for homeowners who are cleaning up after flooding, water damage or simply extended rainy or wet conditions. Mold is a fungi that travels through the air as tiny … Continue reading
ANR handout soil_cleanup_guide (48KB PDF) – this two page handout from the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) provides guidance for cleaning up soil and sediment from private and public yards, grounds and properties.
The Vermont Department of Health (DOH) has not seen an increase in gastrointestinal or respiratory illnesses after Irene. Simple precautions like using an N-95 mask and washing hands frequently can prevent such illnesses and that advice has been widely publicized. … Continue reading
(From DOH on September 6) The Vermont Department of Health is advising gardeners to throw away any fruits and vegetables – including root crops – that have been in contact with floodwater. According to the federal Food and Drug Administration, … Continue reading
Vermont Department of Health (DOH) District offices are a local source of information and supplies for flood recovery and cleanup. Offices have: water test kits for testing private wells, N-95 respirator masks, and gloves. You can also get information on … Continue reading
While it’s unfortunate to have to discuss this, there is some great info on how to protect yourself from fraud on this VTResponse page.
People continue to pick up the pieces in the wake of Irene, and with that clean up comes health concerns… It’s storm debris with nails in it that’s a concern around the state and that’s what’s bringing the majority of … Continue reading
We are trying to gather information about reputable contractors, electricians, and other businesses that can help people recover and rebuild after Irene. While we work on that, Efficiency Vermont already has an online database of Building Performance Institute certified contractors. Efficiency … Continue reading