What Worldwide Spending on Flood Protection is Telling YOU!



Did you ever notice how things seem to appear out of nowhere? And then BOOM, suddenly it’s everywhere! It makes you wonder if it’s been planned all along, right? You are certainly correct!

In the harsh environment of high-level politics and corporate machinations, one decision can make or break your career, or worse, bankrupt a company or country. Any major investment simply must go through a calculated study of risk and reward.

Worldwide spending on Flood Protection Technology is rising.
We studied the data. Top businesses and countries have been investing in Flood Control Technology to safeguard their future.

They know something that you don’t, but not for long! In this week’s blog, we’ll tell you why major businesses and countries are increasing their spending on flood protection technology and why you should, too.

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Andreas Klippe

The Guide to Backflow Prevention



Backflow prevention is important, especially when your home is at risk! It is often overlooked when floods are discussed. Without knowing the truth, I would understand why. Once the water starts rising up to your knees, all floods look the same. Everything is mixed together and you can never tell where the waters are coming from.

backflow

Backflow is sewage runoff returning to wreak havoc indoors. It reenters the home and becomes the start of indoor flooding endangering valuable property. Backflow prevention is a key aspect of flood protection but it can be done very simply.
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Andreas Klippe

What Dutch Flood Engineering Can Teach You



No country is more connected to the image of windmills and tulips than the Netherlands. Year after year, tourists from all over the world flock to the country to see its wide open fields. But the most impressive thing about the Netherlands is its flood engineering.

Netherlands windmill and floating boats

If you didn’t already know, the Netherlands is mostly underwater! Or at least, it’s supposed to be. But with the Dutch commitment to flood control, they have successfully turned flooded lands into fields of flowers and farms. Any country that struggles with floods can learn something from the Netherlands.
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Andreas Klippe

6 Ways of Flood-proof Living UPDATED



The mission of RS Flood Control Asia can be summarized as: save lives through flood-proof living. In fact, one of the first blogs we published was about simple ways it can be done. A lot of time has passed since.

Let’s revisit the tips we gave and update them. We’ll show you simple ways of flood-proof living for today!

1. Always Be Alert

Man Watching weather news

In the past, we advised you to keep in mind that flooding can happen in any place any time. Rain in one place can cause flood in another. Luckily, keeping updated is as easy as ever. More and more people can now use the internet making it easy to get the latest on weather news. There are multiple weather forecast websites supported by different meteorological agencies from all around the world.

If rain or flood is anticipated, monitor your surroundings. Check if your house can withstand a huge amount of water and make sure there is a path for the water to subside.
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Andreas Klippe

2020 Midyear Weather Recap



Once again we do a weather recap! Climate change has continued to result in unusual and extreme weather all around the world. Let us take a look at the events from the first half of the year. How time flies!

Once again we do a weather recap! Climate change has continued to result in unusual and extreme weather all around the world. Let us take a look at the events from the first half of the year. How time flies!

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Andreas Klippe

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Two weather systems are currently affecting the conditions in different areas across the Philippines. The Northeast Monsoon or Amihan is causing cold winds over the extreme northern Luzon; and the Easterlies or the humid air coming from the Pacific Ocean on the eastern portion of the country.

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In their latest bulletin, PAGASA said that they are monitoring the Low-Pressure Area (LPA) outside the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), which was last estimated 1,695 km East of Mindanao.

Meanwhile, the Easterlies or humid air are forecast to affect the eastern portion of the country.

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