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Atlanta Company "Bin There Dump That" Encourages Citizens To Be Primed For Hurricane Season

Industry: Waste Management

Peak time for 2019 hurricane season is less than a month away. Are you prepared for a major storm?

Buford, GA (PRUnderground) August 14th, 2019

Hurricanes aren’t just for Floridians. Even people in Atlanta should be prepared. September traditionally is the peak for storm season.

Hurricane Barry started the season with a bang. Leaving thousands without electricity across the state of Louisiana. Estimated total damage and economic loss caused by the storm will be upwards of $8 billion.

Why should Atlantians be worried about a storm hundreds of miles away?

The recent stormy weather Atlanta is experiencing is a direct result of hurricane Barry. But with the eye of the storm so far away was Atlanta in any real danger?

Atlanta’s metro area has an unfortunate history with natural disasters.

In 2009, Atlanta was caught in a torrential downpour. The floodwater was blamed for ten deaths and over half a billion in property damage.

Atlanta is no stranger to tornadoes either. Unfortunately, the city lies close enough to the region where tornadoes are as common as fireworks on the 4th of July.

Downtown Atlanta was devastated by the tornado just a year before the floods. Over a billion dollars worth of damage to the city happened between the tornado of ‘08 and floods the following year. Often receiving the tail end of hurricanes that hit both the east and gulf coasts.

On August 8, 2019 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting 10-17 named storms with five to nine hurricanes and two to four major hurricanes. With hurricane season just getting started take no chances.

Preparing for Disaster

Being prepared makes extreme weather a lot less concerning. Make sure to have a first aid kit, water, and some canned foods ready in a safe place in case disaster strikes.

Avoid any floodwaters as they can carry all kinds of nasty bacteria and dangerous animals or debris.

Basements need to be well stocked with food and water. If there is no restroom consider getting a porta-potty so no one has to risk going above ground to use the toilet.

Moving On

Lightning, flooding, and fires can all happen in the blink of an eye. That’s why Bin There Dump That is always standing by ready for even the biggest clean up jobs.

City garbage pickups rarely handle dumpster transportation. Residential Dumpster Rental Company “Bin There Dump That” takes care of everything other than cleaning house.

So why make things harder than they have to be? Call Bin There Dump That today for a free quote.


Bin There Dump That Atlanta East is family owned and operated. Owners Kevin and Jessica Stearns live in the North Atlanta metro area and understand the needs of the community. Kevin has run a successful residential contracting business and worked on drilling rigs in the oil and gas industry. Jessica works as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the mental health field. Their background in renovating properties during downtime has prepared them in operating a residential friendly dumpster business. Home maintenance and improvement often comes with headaches. Using their dumpster service will not be one of them!

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