Posts Tagged ‘emergency preparedness’

Massive floods and enormous hurricanes like the residents of Texas and Florida have just experienced have the power to decimate communities. In the aftermath of extreme flooding septic issues, piping damage, and structural destruction can compromise the quality of the water supply. There‚Äôs water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. If you live in […]

Emergency Preparedness

September is National Preparedness Month, a public service campaign focusing on helping individuals and communities prepare for natural disasters and other threats to public safety. In 2015, the month will cover four weekly hazard themes: Week 1: Flood Week 2: Wildfire Week 3: Hurricane Week 4: Power Outages One common element runs through preparation for […]