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Disaster Shelters In High Demand After International Catastrophes
Green Eye Technology's luxury, military-grade, underground structures can withstand the strongest storms as well as nuclear, biological & chemical disaster. Recent catastrophes have sparked fear around the world creating interest in modern shelters.
A 2010 government study led by President Obama’s National Security Staff, outlines new recommendations for the best way to survive a cataclysmic event, especially a nuclear disaster. Their advice… resist the urge to flee and seek an indoor or underground shelter. The last thing people should do, the report says, is try to evacuate. For this reason, Green Eye Technology, the largest provider of state-of-the-
In the wake of recent disasters, Green Eye has seen a rise in sales of their luxury shelters which can accommodate small families or groups as large as 2,500. The military-grade structures are made of impenetrable fiberglass, and are made to feel much more like a nice home than the fallout shelters from the 1950’s and 60’s. More importantly, they can withstand the strongest storms, nuclear disasters, and radiation as well as chemical and biological warfare. Large amounts of space for food and water, and an advanced air filtration system, allow people to live comfortably “off the grid” for five years or more.
In addition to individuals, Green Eye is also working with governments around the globe interested in establishing emergency operations centers and secure locations for their computer servers and important documents that might be particularly vulnerable during a disaster.
Green Eye Technology is the leading distributor for natural disaster shelters worldwide.
For more information call or email Susan O’Sullivan Sellers 843-343-2088/
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