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NoFloods Barriers Chosen To Prevent Flooding In New York’s West Side Yard Of Long Island Railroad

Flooding in New York City (NYC) has been a very costly and devastating event over the past couple of years. In fact, since the 17 th century, a total of 84 tropical or subtropical cyclones have affected the city which lies along the East Coast of the United States. One such scenario was in October 2012 when hurricane Sandy touched do...
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Early 2018, the Noflood Barriers were used to make a dry work area (temporary cofferdam) on the coastline of Taarbæk, Denmark. The deployment took place during freezing temperatures, chilly wind condi...
A water level of 1.3 to 1.7 meters above the norm was this past weekend recorded in Jyllinge Nordmark, at the municipality of Roskilde Fjord.This prompted a series of int...
As storm Ingolf raged across Denmark over the past weekend, a dedicated team from the Viking Ship Museum were in a race against time to stop the flood waters with our NoFloods Mobile Barriers - the so...
Our NoFloods Barriers were successfully deployed this past weekend by the Emergency Agency and their teams of volunteers at 9 different locations in and around the city of Frederikssund (bordering Ros...