6000 Gallon Tanker of Drinking Water Delivered to New Orleans

New Orleans is in need of fresh drinking water because of severe drought. The Mississippi river water level is very low and flow is not strong enough to keep the salt water from backing up into water treatment facilities. They are not equipped to handle high salt content, which can pose health risks when drank. OGT has already delivered one 6,000-gallon tanker of drinking water which filled 200 – 5-gallon jugs and a 3,000-gallon tank. First picture, 2nd from left is OGT’s logistic driver Dan Pollock.

Categories: Disaster Relief

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