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Scenarios When an Alternative Water Source Was Needed

There is a difference in the magnitude and volume needed for each scenario when faced with a water emergency. National Emergency Water helps businesses plan for any incident that may stop a business or corporation’s work flow. We will create a water emergency plan that is personalized for the industry and profession that you work in. We work closely with large corporations, businesses, medical facilities, city officials, insurance companies, engineers, FEMA, Red Cross, and more. Read about a few scenarios where there was a need for an alternative water source and immediate water delivery.

A construction company hits a water main, shutting down a grocery store …

A local grocery store is threatened to be temporarily closed because their water was shut down when the construction company working on the main road hits a water main valve. National Water Emergency brought potable water to pump through the facility so their bakery, deli, butcher, produce and other departments could continue working, thus averting a serious loss of business while the repair to the water main valve was being repaired.

A Nursing Home is suddenly without water but moving patients isn’t an option …

The state regulates a nursing home and an emergency plan is a necessary checklist item. When a nursing home with over 200 patients realized that they were without water due to flooding in the area, they needed to act fast. Evacuating would be a difficult scenario but they needed water for bathing, cleaning, food preparation and consuming. National Emergency Water had water to the premises immediately, tapping into the building’s line so they didn’t have to move patients around while the temporary lack of water could be restored.

A Data Center loses water flow and faced major issues …

Data centers need water in order to keep cooling towers working optimally. When a large data center suddenly didn’t have water coming into their facility due to a sever car accident on the road next to their property, their machinery was at risk so they contacted National Water Emergency who brought in water, both potable and non-potable. The machinery was protected and staff could remain on site working until local city officials could restore water again.

A semiconductor manufacturing plant faulty valve halted work …

A large semi conductor facility had a faulty value on one of their air chillers. This caused that their water main broke and the entire facility was to be shut down because they were unable to have it fixed until a plumber could get on site, not including the time needed to complete the repair. National Water Emergency was able to fulfill our contract and bring water in, immediately pumping water into the chillers so the work flow was able to continue while repairs were being done.

A dried up well stopped a salt factory from being able to work …

A large salt factory faced an emergency situation during the weekend. Unknown to them, one of their wells went down and they didn’t realize it until their tank went dry. National Water Emergency hauled water in that weekend so they could continue to work until the repair was completed, thus allowing the factory to make contract quotas.
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