The Aftermath Devastation From Hurricanes “HARVEY, IRMA & MARIA”

The Aftermath Devastation From Hurricanes  “HARVEY, IRMA & MARIA” The Aftermath Devastation From Hurricanes  “HARVEY, IRMA & MARIA” The Aftermath Devastation From Hurricanes  “HARVEY, IRMA & MARIA”

By: T. Sommerville

Date: 10/4/2017

Over the past few months there have been many global natural disasters, from Mexico, Caribbean Islands and in the United States. These natural disasters have caused lots of devastation and deaths in many cases. In the United States alone several people have died and have been left homeless. Hurricane “Harvey” in Southern Texas was extremely destructive

Out of the Atlantic Ocean Region. Hurricane “Irma” was another devastating natural disaster that caused havoc from the Caribbean Islands, Puerto Rico, Florida, Georgia, The Carolinas and Tennessee. On record this was one of the widest spread hurricanes ever recorded in United States history. Many of these hurricane whittled areas are still without power, potable water for drinking and bathing and various other problems from these disasters.

Puerto Rico which is a part of the United States has basically been destroyed by these hurricanes. It was reported that hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico so much that it will take years to restore the island. The hurricane caused all electricity to be out on the entire island. Many of the recue supplies that were sent there have yet to be disbursed, one reason is because there is no way to get the supplies to people on certain parts of the island. It’s estimated that over 90% of the islands homes are destroyed and tens of thousands of people are left homeless.

This hurricane was the strongest storm recorded in US History in over a century. Many of the hurricanes hit countries and states that are now declared a natural disaster state of emergency by, The President of the United States as well as federal, state and local governments. It’s estimated from these three hurricanes (HARVEY, IRMA & MARIA) the cost from the devastation is in the hundreds of billions of dollars and will take years to rebuild. There have been so many people and organizations that have donated money, goods, clothing, food, water etc… to all the victims of these disasters. This shows that many people have big hearts and really care about these victims.

There is one Veteran owned company out of Georgia, that has took a stand on helping as many of these victims as possible. Solarville Communications is a company that specializes in research and development of various types of solar powered products.Solarville Communications as made a pledge to donate as many of their solar powered products to as many victims as possible. Over the past 10 years Solarville communications has developed many solar powered products such as (Solar Flashlights, Solar Chargers, Solar Air Conditioners, Solar Refrigerators, Solar Generators etc…) Many of Solarville Communications products have been used globally in countries such as Nigeria and Liberia Africa. Solarville Communications has developed a line of Portable Solar Powered Generators that has and will help many people, especially in natural disasters. In most natural disaster situations one of the first things to go is the electricity. This leads to many other problems such as no visibility, spoiled food, no air-condition or heat, can’t charge communication devices such as cell phone, lap tops etc… The purpose of these Potable Solar Powered generators are to help in such times as these. It’s a great way to have a backup power source especially when it’s needed. Solarville Communications staff hearts goes out to all the victims of these hurricanes and they are willing to do whatever they can to help these victims.

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