Hurricane Dorian Mobile Shower & Laundry Trailers

Hurricane Dorian Mobile Shower & Laundry Trailers

With Hurricane Dorian ready to make landfall, make sure you are prepared for the worst. When Hurricanes hit, access to electricity, sewage, and clean water is always affected. We can provide you, your town, and your local organizations with the equipment you need to make it out the other side of the storm. 

All Clean Emergency has provided disaster relief equipment across the US for years and always provides quality equipment and delivers when you need it.

Below, you will find some valuable resources to gather update to date info regarding Hurricane Dorian and the Recovery Efforts

FEMA Warnings

August 30, 2019 - Hurricane Dorian continues to gain strength and could be a Category 4 hurricane before making landfall somewhere along Florida’s eastern shore sometime early next week.  As FEMA and other federal partners work with officials in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to assess any damages caused by Dorian, residents in Florida and southern Georgia should take actions now to prepare for this powerful hurricane.

The Time to Prepare is Now

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency and said that highway tolls will be suspended for evacuation orders. The Florida Division of Emergency Management urges residents to remain alert and begin preparations today.


  • Follow instructions from local officials. Know your evacuation routes; if asked to evacuate, do so immediately.
  • Expect disruptions. Be prepared for power and phone service outages, roads blocked by flood and/or debris, water and sewer outages. Talk to your medical provider about a power outage plan for medical devices powered by electricity as well as for refrigerated medicines.
  • Stay alert and informed. Download the FEMA App to receive real-time alerts from the National Weather Service and get additional preparedness information. Visit for information on emergency preparedness, shelters, road closures and evacuation routes.
  • Be prepared! Have seven days’ worth of supplies including food, water, prescription medications, flashlights and batteries. Have a plan for pets and seven days’ worth of pet food. Visit for information on emergency preparedness, shelters, road closures.

You can also follow FEMA on Twitter and Facebook to get up-to-date info regarding Hurricane Dorian

Public Health Emergency Info

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services operates the "Public Health Emergency" program to provide the public with info regarding potential health crisis that may arise from Hurricane Dorian.

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