Vac-Con Operators Spotted Preparing for Storms
As the 2021 storm and hurricane season ramps up, Vac-Con users across the country are completing preventative maintenance and preparations for the expected increase in rainfall and potential flooding.
Clay County, Florida – the home of Vac-Con – was spotted clearing storm drains and preparing community roadways for Tropical Storm Elsa days following the July 4th holiday. “Routine maintenance and upkeep are key for flood mitigation,” said Todd Masley, President. “Vac-Con units are used on-a-daily-basis to complete these types of tasks. Cities and communities should have routine maintenance plans in place and keep lines clear throughout the year. The more this is done, the less likely major flooding will occur when the storms move in.”
Check out Clay County’s spot on a Jacksonville news station this past week preparing for Tropical Storm Elsa: https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/2021/07/02/clay-county-works-to-clear-storm-drains-as-officials-monitor-elsa/