The Secret why Aluminum Barriers can Build a Flood-free home

Posted by Andreas Klippe | March 5, 2021
What is the relationship between a fork and a flood barrier?

Try to put your place in the kitchen and name all of the utensils you have there. Probably, most of these kitchenwares such as spoons, forks, knives, and cooking pots are made up of aluminum. 

Who would have thought that this same aluminum can be used as flood barriers and can save and protect you from floods? Let’s discover the secret on why aluminum can build a flood-free home. 



Know Why Sandbags are not Enough as Flood Protection

Posted by Andreas Klippe | February 23, 2021
Sandbags set up at the entrance of a school

Let’s take a snapshot of this scenario. 

Typhoon strikes as rainwater pours out heavily. As water level rises, threats of flood are already coming. People are already busy finding ways to save their lives and properties. Some evacuate, some bring their belongings onto the second floor of the house, and some, pack sands into bags. 



How to Protect your Business against Flood

Posted by Andreas Klippe | February 15, 2021
Floodwaters will enter openings in commercial buildings

Many businesses in the Philippines have fire exits. I do not think malls will be allowed to operate without proper fire exits. Some businesses even have fire drills once in a while to keep the employees updated with the safety protocols in case of fire. 

However, why aren’t there a lot of safety protocols given to counter flooding?



Here’s how protection against flood is important for Hospitals

Posted by Andreas Klippe | February 5, 2021

Imagine this.

You are still at the time of COVID-19. And it was rainy. The rain has been pouring down continuously since last night and the weather bureau said that it will not stop anytime soon. After a few hours, you just see the floodwaters rise at knee-deep level and start seeping into the hospital’s entrances.



The Need to Protect Flood-management Infrastructure from Floods

Posted by Andreas Klippe | February 2, 2021

Note: This article was published on the BusinessWorld.

Estrero de Sunog Apog Pumping Station

Eleven years ago in September 2009, Tropical Storm “Ondoy”, internationally named as “Ketsana”, plunged many parts of Metro Manila into waist to rooftop-level floodwaters. The people of Metro Manila, especially those in the cities of Pasig, Quezon, Manila,

Caloocan, Muntinlupa and Marikina lost their homes and livelihoods. Some, unfortunately, lost their lives. Cold, tired, hungry and weak, some even had managed to climb the highest parts of their houses, waiting for the floodwaters to cease.


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