Crowder Disaster Recovery

& Disaster Debris Removal
901 Geddie Rd
Tallahassee, FL 32304
Office: 850-576-7176
Fax: 850-576-1542

disaster debris removal


  • A Florida Corporation since 1973
  • Crowder has been in business for 50 years!
  • Specializing in disaster debris removal and all aspects of the debris management process
  • Over $28 million in company-owned equipment readily available
  • Crowder has the capacity to haul 50,000 cubic yards a day, utilizing company owned equipment
  • Bonding capacity of $10 million for a single project with a combined capacity of $20 million
  • Over 19 years experience in the disaster recovery industry as a company

Storm Resources:
National Hurricane Center
Weather Underground
Hurricane Preparedness

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Disaster Debris Removal and Disposal Services

Crowder Disaster Recovery offers a “turn-key” response to disaster debris removal – Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Okalahoma, Arkansas, Ohio, Kansas and all around the Southeast United States and elsewhere – storms, hurricanes, tornados, floods, earth quakes – we will pick up debris and follow through to final disposal. Crowder has been called on for disaster debris removal and hauled, and disposed of tens of millions of cubic yards of vegetative and C&D debris for communities affected by disaster.  We use our disaster debris expertise combined with experience gained working as a local general contractor in Tallahassee, Florida to aid our clients in any disaster recovery and debris removal management services they may require.

Crowder is a “boots on the ground” disaster debris removal and recovery company not a “Storm Chaser” or last minute “broker” for gathering resources.  Crowder has been a major supplier of Disaster Recovery Services since 1993.  The Crowder name is well known the disaster debris recovery industry acting as a prime and a key subcontractor.  Our key personnel have debris removal contracting experience dating back to 1969.

Today there are a handful of prime disaster debris removal contractors still operating. What separates us apart?  The answer is “Resources!”  It is known throughout the Emergency Management Service industry that Crowder owns a substantial amount of company-owned debris removal equipment. This is a key component in responding to any disaster.  We have the equipment, managers, and crews to handle substantial recovery efforts in-house. Oversight and ownership of a disaster project is what separates Crowder from the current competition. Crowder’s vast company owned resources are always on the ground working side-by-side with our subcontractors.

We have a large fleet of equipment designed specifically to handle many different kinds of debris. The primary piece of recovery equipment is our 14 custom built self-loading knuckle boom loaders and trailers.  This vehicle is the work horse in debris removal. The truck and trailer is capable of hauling 140 cubic yards of debris. Our personal inventory includes over 450 pieces of equipment, including tub and horizontal grinders, excavators of various sizes, loaders, bull-dozers, dump trucks, and numerous other pieces of support equipment. We bring our own mechanics, plus a mobile service center with parts and tools to keep everything running smoothly.

Over the years Crowder has assembled a professional team of dedicated men and women to assist us in responding to disasters. Our teams have firsthand knowledge of FEMA and Corps of Engineers operations and have deployed in support of Federal, State and local agencies throughout the United States.

If additional resources are required, Crowder has established working relationships with firms throughout the United States. These relationships provide us with the ability to rapidly expand and contract our equipment and personnel needs, based on the specific requirements of the disaster recovery project.

We can respond to many locations and are just hours from South East communities such as Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, and more!

Disaster Recovery, Debris Management and Emergency Response Team
Storms, Hurricanes, Tornados, Earthquakes, Floods