Looks like they've been sending a lot of it through a wood chipper and spreading it between the remaining trees to try and fill some of the mud pits the equipment has left behind. There are still many spots that are now holding stagnant water and are instant mosquito breeding grounds.
I'm ready for them to get them all down. I've seen some termite swarms and I'm afraid of them falling in a strong wind. Plus, when it rains, the greenbelts are a nightmare with all of the mosquitoes breeding amongst all of the debris.