Size doesn’t matter! Some of the best water filtration systems out there cannot prevent all viruses and germs from contaminating drinking water. Know what you are up against and learn how to minimize the risk.
With the rapidily growing population, coupled with a severe drought, these cities run the risk of not being able to meet the demand for what many of us believe is a natural right – that is, a water supply.
When emergencies arise, the local water supply can be interrupted for days or even weeks. Ensure that you have the knowledge beforehand on how to harvest water through means of rainwater catchment systems in order to be more self reliant and less dependent on local water sources.
When water is unavailable, we must tap into other sources for emergency use. According to FEMA, there are sources in the home that you can access for emergency water.
The die off from a long term disaster will not occur from hoards of zombies attacking your homestead. In reality, disaster survivors will more than likely die from four different types of conditions we take for granted today.
Did you know that bleach has a shelf life of months? Many preppers who are planning to use their bleach to treat water may be in for a surprise when the bleach is not as effective as orginally believed. Here is an alternative to bleach that has a shelf life of 20 years!
Water is essential to life. Having a way of providing your family with clean drinking water is vital. Learn ways to create water sources for longer term emergencies.
We use water for everything from food preparation to cleaning the dishes, cleaning our bodies, brushing our teeth and for drinking. When our water supply is interrupted, we must rely on the supplies we have for survival.