Jacksonville Company "Bin There Dump That" Challenges Florida on Hurricane Preparedness

Industry: Waste Management

Florida Has Been Pretty Luck With Hurricanes, But The Season’s Not Over...

Jacksonville, FL (PRUnderground) August 12th, 2019

How does a hurricane form? With global temperatures rising, the main reason we aren’t baking in a greenhouse gas oven is because of the heat the ocean absorbs.

While that means we get some salvation from the heat, increasing ocean temperatures cause drastic environmental changes.

That’s what’s happening with Hurricane Barry. More heat means more evaporation. More evaporation means more rain and flooding.

With peak wind speeds of 75 miles per hour, residents all along the gulf coast were at risk of being pulled into the storm’s riptides.

Beachgoers had to form a human chain in Panama City to fish out all the swimmers being pulled out to sea by the hurricane-force currents.

A 67-year-old man was found dead washed up onshore.

Fortunately, Jacksonville is far enough from the gulf not to have had endured Barry. But it wasn’t long ago Jacksonville was on the receiving end of one of the worst hurricanes in history.

Before Hurricane Irma hit Jacksonville, anyone living within 100 miles of the coast was warned flash flooding was expected to occur.

Flood Water is Filthy

Hurricane floodwaters are so dangerous because of everything they take along in their path.

With nowhere to run, cockroaches, rats, even snakes can be found in hoards on any piece of floating debris and in the water.

Bacteria that isn’t normally uprooted is now flowing freely throughout the city. Hurricanes of this magnitude often leave no less than a few hundred million in damages behind.

It’s awful how a storm like this can turn a home full of treasured mementos into a waterlogged shack full of moldy garbage.

The good news is that stuff is always replaceable, but people aren’t. Letting piles of water-damaged garbage lying around can lead to serious health issues for entire families.

Today would be a great day to get rid of this extra stuff. And “Bin There Dump That” has the residential dumpster rental service than can help with those big house cleaning projects.

No worrying about transporting a dumpster around town or working around some ridiculous city pickup schedule. Call Bin There Dump That now for a free quote!


Bin There Dump That of Jacksonville is family owned and operated by Kevin and Jessica Stearns. Bin There Dump That helps take the headaches out of home maintenance and home improvement disposal services. Customers are always greeted by a friendly, knowledgeable consultant that helps them identify the service that is right for the project.

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