Galveston Cruise Terminal: The Carnival Cruise
Ship 'Sensation'. One of two vessels to receive
New Orleans evacuees.
David Armstrong, President/CEO of ACCP, discussing
garbage strategy with Carnival Cruise Personnel
before evacuees show up.
ACCP USDA Cooker ready to receive regulated
waste until cleared by USDA for domestic use.
Galveston Cruise Terminal: The Carnival Cruise Ship
'Ecstasy'. One of two vessels to receive New Orleans
evacuees. Crew members taking a break before storm.
Another Load of garbage.
ACCP leak-proof bin used to transport garbage
from vessel to USDA 'cooker'.
Another load being safely dumped into the ACCP
USDA Cooker. No leaking bags to contaminate the
dock.
Removal of 'slops' by our friends at Intergulf with
federal officials in observance. Forklift transporting
another load of APHIS to the cooker.
Leak-proof, air tight container being readied for
Cruise Ship Relief Efforts in Galveston Texas.
Pasadena
2001 This was
only 3-4 days
and the water
was only 3-4
feet but
every house
in this
neighborhood
was severely
damaged.
One can only
imagine the
damage in
New Orleans.
We worked
from sunup to
sundown
every day for
a week.
Counter
what you think.