Any region around the world that is prone to flooding, including the East Coast of the United States, faces challenges that are particular to each area. Because of this, disaster preparation may vary from one place to another. That affects decisions in timing, property preparation, evacuation orders, business closures, and many others.
Inland areas that are 10-50 miles from the coast face an added dilemma: How much should we prepare? And how soon? It might just be thunderstorm conditions, but catastrophic water damage can come from many different directions, and decisions can have financial, logistical, economic, and even political ramifications.
To that effect, imagine you are a small-to-medium-sized town or city located 30 miles inland off the U.S. Atlantic Coast. A hurricane is due for landfall within 48 hours. Sometimes you flood, sometimes you don't. How soon do we deploy preparation teams? How many team members will be required? How quickly can the job get done?
FloodSax Sandless Sandbags minimizes preparation time and requires far fewer team members to deploy. It is is one of two quick-deployment flood protection solutions that TCFEB is supplying to the private and public sectors. FloodSax Sandless Sandbags absorbs 50X its dry weight, and offers superior protection against floods, leaks, and hazardous chemicals for up to 90 days after use.
The patented technology in FloodSax Sandless Sandbags is compact and lightweight in design, making it easy to store and quick to deploy. Download the infographic and see how they compare to traditional sandbags:
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