Prepare for the Unexpected

From 2016-2020, the U.S. has had an average of 16.2 weather events per year with losses exceeding $1 billion1

Wildfire

Wildfires 

Snow Storms

Snow Storms 

Hurricanes and Severe weather

Hurricanes & Severe Weather 

Flooding

Floods

No matter when or where disaster strikes, businesses need to have a plan to protect employees, customers, and property. As part of a thorough continuity plan, preparing for efficient and safe clean-up can help minimize costs and damage. Preparing for clean-up can also prevent additional costs due to mold and debris.

Learn more in the Brochure

Natural Disasters and Storm Clean Up Brochure
Natural Disasters and Storm Clean Up Brochure
Product Recommendations

Debris Removal 

It is essential to keep employees safe while removing debris and other materials after severe weather or a natural disaster. Rubbermaid Commercial Products’ durable material handling and utility refuse solutions stand up to tough conditions while helping in efficient and safe removal of storm debris.

Mold Prevention 

The CDC recommends cleaning and drying buildings within 24-48 hours after a storm or flood in order to prevent mold and other fungi from growing2. Rubbermaid Commercial Products has cleaning solutions to help reduce damp breeding grounds for mold to prepare your facility for re-opening.

More Information

For more information on natural disaster preparation and clean-up, review guidelines from regulatory bodies and media outlets, including the below:

National Weather Service Logo

Ready Gov Logo

CDC Logo

Contact your RCP representative for more information on storm clean-up product solutions.

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References

1. NOAA, “Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters: Overview” https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/billions/

2. CDC, “Mold After a Disaster” https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/mold/index.html

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