Specifications include, but are not limited to: The purpose of this contract is to collect, pick-up, remove, and haul all Eligible Debris [asdefined by FEMA Regulations for the Public Assistance Debris Management ProgramFEMA 322, FEMA 323 and FEMA 325, or their respective replacement, explanatory orsupplementary guidelines] generated by a tornado produced by inclement weather datedOctober 26, 2019 and April 12, 2020 or other potentially dangerous items and to deliver allsuch Eligible Debris to disposal sites and dispose of same pursuant to applicable rules and regulations of FEMA, MEMA, EPA and MDEQ, as approved by MDOT and their designee. The Contractor shall remove all Eligible Debris, including appliances and other metal objects, on the state highway system (non-interstate) that is in the county and not within any city limits as well as the entire Interstate System, even if it is within a city’s corporate limits. The debris removed shall be within the mowing limits or as directed by MDOT or the MDOT designee. Leaning trees that could fall onto the roadway shall be removed as directed by the MDOT designee. Trees that are dead, downed or snapped off will also be removed as directed by the MDOT designee. Hanging limbs (“Hangers”) may also need to be removed if directed by MDOT or the MDOT designee. This will vary by location. Eligible Debris within the scope of this Contract is determined by FEMA guidelines and includes, but is not limited to, items damaged by said tornado, such as, damaged and disturbed trees, broken and partially broken or severed tree limbs and other debris obstructing or lying within MDOT Right of Way which poses a Safety and Health Hazard.Tree stumps uprooted as a result of this disaster, which are uprooted by more than 50%, shall be removed and hauled under this Contract. Tree stumps, at the discretion of the designee, may either be measured at a point two feet (2’) from where the tree originally exited the ground (i.e. two feet (2’) high as originally standing before the disaster] and the corresponding yardage calculated using the FEMA conversion chart (See Attachment) or the stump yardage may be called as part of a loaded truck in the same manner as all other debris. Hazardous trees and limbs to be removed as part of this project will be designated by the Debris Monitor at the time of debris removal. Material generated by an adjacent owner clearing a large tract of land will not be eligible. Material deemed ineligible by MDOT or their designee will not be removed.