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Dry Ice Available in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

East Coast branches of Continental Carbonic Products, Inc. are open and have dry ice available to help both businesses and residents experiencing power outages in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Dry ice can keep frozen and refrigerated foods and other perishables from spoiling during a power outage. At a temperature of -109°F, dry ice can replace the cooling power of a refrigerator or freezer.

"Continental Carbonic branches along the east coast are open and we have brought in additional dry ice to assist those affected by the storm," stated John Funk, President of Continental Carbonic Products, Inc., "Our employees are prepared to assist businesses and consumers in keeping food, pharmaceuticals, and other perishable items fresh while power is being restored."

Continental Carbonic locations are located in Baltimore, Boston, New York/New Jersey, and Philadelphia. To see a complete listing of Continental Carbonic branch locations and find directions, click here or call 1-800-DRY-ICE2 if internet is not available.

All Continental Carbonic branch locations carry foam coolers, gloves and safety information to assist consumers in using dry ice. Delivery is available for large commercial orders.

Additional information regarding dry ice can be found on the Continental Carbonic website. To learn more about keeping perishables fresh, click here. To ensure safe handling of dry ice, click here.