Hurricane Matthew

At Sea Love, we pride ourselves in transparency.  We always respond to questions, comments, etc, so ask away!While Hurricane Matthew has left our area, the after effects are strong. There has been an overwhelming amount of death in people and thousands of farm animals, devastating flooding, contaminated waters, lost power and ruined homes and businesses.

At Sea Love, we have received questions about water quality and salt production, so we would like to share a few things:

  • We work closely with the Divison of Marine Fisheries Water Quality Management, who test our waters.  We only pull water when the tests have high quality results.
  • We work with the storms.  If we know a storm is coming, we harvest prior to that storm.  In doing so, we do not need to harvest water again for weeks.
  • We care deeply for our ocean and waterways.  While our business is based on water quality, so is our life.  We live on the water and lead active lifestyles in the water.  We volunteer and serve on the board of the Cape Fear Surfrider Foundation to protect our beaches, oceans and waterways.  If you are interested in your water quality, this would be a great organization to become apart of (plus, we are super fun).
  • At this point, we are not concerned about our salt, we are more concerned with our neighbors, community and waterways.  

At Sea Love, we pride ourselves in transparency.  We always respond to questions, comments and have an open salt door policy, so always feel free to reach out.