Simple Guide For Water in Emergency Preparation

Simple Guide For Water in Emergency Preparation By James Johnson

To survive a disaster you must make provisions. This involves packaging everything on the prepper’s inventory list as soon as possible. Among the items you’ll need in your survival kit is a proven method of producing clean water, if you will have to vacate from […]

Water Collection & Filtration for Survival

Author: Anthony Urso

Water is vital to survival and according to medical experts; the average person cannot survive longer than 72-hours without water/fluid intake unless the individual dramatically reduces movement to prevent sweating. In a survival situation, you would limit activity to ration sweat instead of rationing water. In extreme circumstances, such as being […]

Water Collection & Filtration for Survival

Author: Anthony Urso

Water is vital to survival and according to medical experts; the average person cannot survive longer than 72-hours without water/fluid intake unless the individual dramatically reduces movement to prevent sweating. In a survival situation, you would limit activity to ration sweat instead of rationing water. In extreme circumstances, such as being […]

Emergency Drinking Water – Do You Have It?

Emergency Drinking Water – Do You Have It?

Emergency Drinking Water – Do You Have It? By Robert N. Perry

A standard home water heater can provide between 30 and 60 or more gallons of clean emergency drinking water. However, making advance preparations before a disaster strikes can avert the need to […]

Five Ways to Purify Water

Author: Andrew Hallinan

Survivalists realize the importance having clean water plays in emergency situations. This is why having knowledge of how to purify water is at the top of the survivalists list when it comes to necessary planning and preparation. We have included five ways to purify water so that when a circumstance presents […]

Water Collection & Filtration for Survival

“Author: Anthony Urso

Water is vital to survival and according to medical experts; the average person cannot survive longer than 72-hours without water/fluid intake unless the individual dramatically reduces movement to prevent sweating. In a survival situation, you would limit activity to ration sweat