Friday, July 21, 2006

Disaster Cleanup After Hurricanes

A leading US. government storm expert blames last year's devastating hurricane season on global warming which is making the oceans hotter. "The hurricanes we are seeing are indeed a direct result of climate change and it's no longer something we'll see in the future, it's happening now," said Greg Holland of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo.
Is that enough warning for you?
How much more heads up do you need-get out the survival gear-we are in for a long hard storm season ahead.
Plan A: be prepared for the storm and
Plan B: be prepared for cleaning up after the storm.
One way to make cleanup easier is to get a used dump trailer. I can't emphasize enough how much easier it is to cleanup after a storm with one. It's great to have a place to throw all that storm debris and a way to haul it off for easy dumping. I think I've written enough about how to find the one that is right for you in previous articles so get started and find a used dump trailer now while the weather is fine.
You might also want to find a used backhoe or wheel loader to push debris around with and for easy loading into your used dump trailer.
You can find all different types of used heavy equipment for after disaster cleanup by going to Florida Earth Movers

Click on any listing below then click on REGISTER at the top of the listing (it's FREE)

to get more information about the Dump Trailer that you are interested in.

You can also enter a search in the box below for a particular type of Dump Trailer

A dump trailer is a trailer used for transporting materials (usually gravel or some type of soil) for construction. A typical dump trailer is equipped with a hydraulically operated open-box bed hinged at the rear, the front of which can be lifted up to allow the contents to be deposited on the ground behind the truck at the site of delivery.

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