Be Prepared

Nothing beats preparedness and to be prepared you have to do some training.

US Flood Control offers extensive training to their clients and their crews on how to manage and deploy their Tiger Dam™ Systems under any conditions and in case of emergency.

Their ongoing annual support brings the latest updates to their systems along with field tested knowledge of the dams in practice to their clients.

Much like the police or your local fire department repetition is the key that brings success in any emergency situation.

Tiger Dam™ is dedicated to this training to guarantee that their systems and their client’s crews can be operational in any flood, water related or bio hazard situation at a moment’s notice.

These images from our Us Flood Control training in New York give a great over view of a typical Tiger Dam™ training day.

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Flood & Hazardous Waste Containment

As if fast rising flood waters aren’t enough you might also have to contend with the many different degrees of hazardous waste materials those waters collect along the way as well.

Many cities in older areas have combined sewer systems (sewage and storm water). This makes them particularly vulnerable to leaking into the river systems in periods of high water.

Depending on proximity, retention ponds and stagnant irrigation ditches can also become part of the mix as river and water levels rise.

Tiger Dam™ systems are designed specifically to control these and many other hazardous flood conditions.

Tiger Dam™ systems are the ONLY system patented to connect together to create an impervious barrier for miles and at ½ the price of sandbags.

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Tiger Dams Save Kelowna Beaches

With the recent flooding in Kelowna, British Columbia, Tiger Dam Systems™ was called in to help prevent flooding and erosion of the beaches that make the area a tourist hot spot.

Clean up crews are now busy in the aftermath of the high water levels and with beautiful weather now expect to see a return of tourism to the pristine sandy beaches and beautiful scenery that make Kelowna a destination point for thousands every year.

Read article by Chantelle Deaconwww.castanet.net   Kelowna’s Homepage

https://www.castanet.net/news/Kelowna/200711/Beaches-finally-see-action

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