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updated: 9/6/2012 11:19 AM

W.S. Darley unveils home emergency preparedness products

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ITASCA -- First responder equipment manufacturer W.S. Darley & Co. has unveiled a new line of disaster preparedness products for home use.

Homelandsecurityequipment.com is Darley's new emergency preparedness website that encourages homeowners and companies to be proactive in getting their families prepared for disaster and emergency situations.

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"Often in time of disaster, water supply is the most critical aspect for survival," said Kevin Sofen, business development manager for Darley's Water Purification systems. "We now have our complete line of emergency water purification systems, Purifire Systems, available to consumers at this new site. We want community members to be aware of the importance to reliable drinking water, something that is put at risk in the event of an emergency."

HSE offers a wide array of necessities that are practical in any disaster. A Product Specialist at Darley, Mike Mocerino emphasizes, "Depending on the situation, HSE contains vital supplies for people all over the country that may encounter any natural or man-made disaster. Customers will be able to look through an expanded selection of products that can make a difference."

In addition, during September (National Preparedness Month) Darley is offering many of these products at discounted prices. "Our main goal this month is to raise awareness about the importance of preparedness," says Mike. "We are constantly updating HSE and our Facebook page with the latest disaster and safety information; it is great a great avenue for those interested in staying up to date on relevant news."

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