Five and a half years after Hurricane Sandy ravaged Lower Manhattan the city is still trying to raise funds to implement its storm-protection project know as Manhattan Tip.

The project would wrap the waterfront with some physical deterrent to fight against storm surges.

Read more about this ongoing problem and the part Tiger Dams™ and US Flood Control are playing to remedy it in this article by Bill Egbert https://bit.ly/2scZSRT online at www.downtownexpress.com.

 

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Tiger Dams in KewlonaAs the Fraser River rises in British Columbia campgrounds close and evacuations continue.

Canadian military is enroute to aid with evacuations as BC awaits another rise in water levels while uncommon heat waves hit the province. US Flood Control and Tiger Dams™ is now on hand to secure parts of the province from flooding.

From Chilliwack to Penticton Tiger Dams™ have helped British Columbia residents and cities hold back rising lake and river water and protected millions in personal and government properties.

 View Castanet article by Colton Davies, Creek spilling onto Hwy 3

 

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Want to know how Tiger Dams™ work?

Check out this infstructional video by employees of the Cedar Rapids Public Works Department demonstrating the city’s newest flood control option  — “Tiger Dams™,” orange rubber bladders that can be filled with water to provide a barrier against floodwaters.

This GazetteOnline video by Liz Martin shows the ease and speed with which the dams can be deployed.

For more info on Tiger Dams™ and how they can benefit your town or city contact us for more information.

 

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US Flood Controld Tiger Dams in Kewlona BCBy AMANDA SHORT Special to The Herald May 23, 2017

With the level in Okanagan Lake expected to continue rising this week, completion of a temporary dam system along the Penticton waterfront’s most vulnerable points could not have come sooner.

Read More…https://bit.ly/2vVrIay

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After last years epic flooding in Kelowna and Penticton, Kelowna prepares for this years expected rise in water levels in the area due to the melting snow pack and rain fall.

BC Wildfire services set up Tiger Dams™ in preparation.

Read this article by Andrea Peacock in the Kelowna Daily Courier for more information… https://bit.ly/2ETXdky

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Tiger Dams RIMS GO BIG 2018This year the annual RIMS conference is In San Antonio, Texas.

The Risk Management Society ™, (RIMS) is a global not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world.

Tiger Dams™ will be at the conference in general to promote our product to the insurance industry as a way to minimize loss during floods.

Tiger Dams™ is a water filled bladder technology, when deployed properly, this system may be able to divert up to

100% of floodwaters. Our System can be assembled within minutes using floodwaters or any water source.

Visit us for more information at booth #2151 at the RIMS GO BIG 2018 annual conference in San Antonio.

See you there.

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From the NOAA/Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory Hurricane Research Division

In 2018 we will observe the following tropical cyclone-related anniversaries.

An amazing history of hurricanes and hurricane advancement.

Read More… https://bit.ly/2ozHkte

 

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Sandbags are labour intensive, are very costly and can cause enormous environmental hazards

Tiger Dam KelownaTraditional sandbagging using a backhoe and thousands of volunteers can take days or even weeks to put up a dike to protect from oncoming floods. When the flood is over, try to find a single volunteer to remove the dirty rotting sandbags.

Sandbags hold contaminants like sewage, pollution, riverbank seepage, bacteria, bio hazards, etc. It is a federal mandate, that sandbags cannot simply be dumped in the local landfill, but must be taken away and disposed of as hazardous materials, at a great expense.

Read More…https://usfloodcontrol.com/environmentally-friendly/

Contact us  (504) 813-7303 to find out more about environmentally friendly Tiger Dams™

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