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By Chazz Insurance Inc.
No one can predict a natural disaster, but there are precautions you can take. Extreme weather can impact our lives more than we may realize, including how we run the businesses that provide for our families.
By Pure Air Control Services, Inc.
Flood water and its residual cleanup is toxic because it may contain several harmful microorganisms such as bacteria, molds, protozoa, and viruses. Flooding poses other health risks from petrochemical and agricultural industry pollutants as well.
By Property Aspects Magazine
Property Aspects Magazine has joined forces with the Environment Agency-supported, Flood Expo 2017, as an official partner ahead of its highly anticipated return, on the 27th & 28th of September at ExCeL London.
By Performance Air Conditioning,Electrical & Plumbing
While many homes in Florida lack full-sized basements due to flooding issues, it's still important to know what to do if any small area under your home begins filling up with water.
By fEROSh Canada
Shop fEROSH Canada to donate half of their revenues to aid Canadian flood victims and reward customers with hefty discounts.
By Mo. Small Business & Technology Development Center
In response to the heavy rains and widespread flooding that have afflicted many Missouri communities, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has declared a state of emergency, and the Missouri state treasurer Eric Schmitt activated a disaster relief program.
By Geolux
Every year rapid snowmelt causes severe flooding, which results in damage to property, damage to infrastructure and loss of live.
By Conversations, LLC
In response to the storm and aftermath that has been affecting our community over this past weekend, the Coastal Urgent Care of Baton Rouge clinic is open and fully staffed 7 days per week from 9am to 8pm.
By Quake Kare
Authorities advise individuals and families to prepare for potential disaster with survival kits that contain emergency supplies, food and water for three days in case they are stranded by high water or lose utility power.

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