Our mission is to clean up the waterway, remove any debris that will cause a harm to safety, and the resident of this area. We’ve taken a total of approximately 9 million pounds of debris from Lake Martin, and from Lake Neely Henry we’ve taken approximately 10 million pounds of debris, so to this point the process has gone exceptionally well. The normal pool elevation for Lake Martin is 488, we’re going to clear fifteen feet below normal pool. And then we’re going to clear three feet up the bank that’s just for potential floaters or any debris that’s on the shoreline, anything that can potentially get into the water and be a hazard to safety. The track hoe hauls debris off the shore onto the barge. Chain saws are used to cut the debris as needed, the small pieces of debris that cannot be handled by the track hoe are hand-picked and placed in piles to be removed in larger quantities. The barge typically loads about twenty loads a day and hauls that to the operating site. At the operating site, the track hoe removes the debris from the barge and places it on shore. FEMA and the Corps have worked hand in hand on this operation, they’ve been a big part of our operation, they are who declares What is eligible and ineligible debris, we’re here to govern their regulations.