New Orleans Prepares Drainage Systems for Storm Season

Jun 29

New Orleans Prepares Drainage Systems for Storm Season

As rain persists in New Orleans and other locations, such as Lake Charles and St. Bernard, many residents are making plans to get useful flood protection. The St. Bernard flood protection system covers more than 35 miles and protects against storm surge as high as 32 feet. But it comes at a cost of maintaining the water infrastructures can be a laborsome task....

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Louisiana True Grit in Deluge, Sewer Overflows, and Homeowner Policy Changes

Aug 25

Louisiana True Grit in Deluge, Sewer Overflows, and Homeowner Policy Changes

Our condolences to the State of Louisiana after the wide-reaching flood catastrophe which affected many residents of the state. It’s been a month of loss and yet again, going into re-build mode. Perma-Liner Industries offers our support to all affected by the floods and would like you to reach out to us if we can be of service to you in reestablishing the stability...

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Ascension Parish and the Coastal Flood Advisory

Mar 11

Ascension Parish and the Coastal Flood Advisory

Areas of Louisiana have been experiencing torrential rain and coastal flooding.  More than 20 inches of rain fell in the hardest-hit places. Major flooding caused a state of emergency for the entire state and sent the National Guard to help with water rescues. Schools were closed in Ascension Parish and pumps were up and running in an effort to keep the water from...

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The Napoleon Canal Work Advisory

Feb 12

The Napoleon Canal Work Advisory

The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are building new canals as part of the Southeast Louisiana Urban Flood Control Project (SELA). The entire project, estimated to take two years to complete, will run from Fontainebleau Drive to South Claiborne Avenue, with traffic patterns being periodically altered as the work progresses...

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