Crews on Oct. 26 will begin the third and final pass for debris removal in Friendswood, officials said.

All debris should be sorted and at the curb by that day, Friendswood officials said. Debris that is not brought out to the curb will be the homeowner’s responsibility after that point.

Debris should be sorted into separate piles: construction and demolition, vegetation, appliances, household hazardous waste, electronics, and regular household garbage.

If remaining debris can fit into two trash bags or less, the city is requesting that residents put it out for regular garbage pickup. Trash bags should be 50 pounds or less, officials said.

Debris should also be accessible to crews and in a pile away from obstacles, officials said.

Vegetative debris generated by Harvey will be removed, but new vegetative waste is not considered storm debris. All vegetative waste must be bundled, officials said.

New construction waste will not be picked up, officials said.

Samantha Ketterer: 409-683-5241; or on Twitter at @sam_kett


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