How To Store Water and Survival Water Purification Systems
So what is a survival water system and why do you need one? Do you know that we humans can only live 3 days without water? It’s true. We can survive for about 24 days without food but if we have to go longer than 3 days with no water, it’s lights out.
First let’s talk about why you would need a survival water system. How many times have you heard that we have captured terrorist who had detailed plans to US water works systems and power systems? They know just how venerable we truly are. Do you remember that it took FEMA days and days and days to get water to New Orleans? The simple fact is, you cannot rely on or depend on the Government or an agency to come to your rescue in time.
Your survival and the quality of life of your survival depends on you making smart decisions in advance, when you still have time, so that you will be able to take care of yourself and your family.
Survival water systems come in many forms and types. The first thing you need are professional containers designed to hold and store water in your home or office. Some of the best ones are called Water Bricks. They are very efficient, stack perfectly and are the perfect solution to everyone’s first line of defense when it comes to water survival. You simply fill them up, put them away, and check it off your list.
Next, you know the water stored in your Water Bricks will eventually run out. So the next level of preparedness you need is a professional home or office purification system. We believe the best one on the market is a Berkey Survival Bundle. It is large enough to provide the water a family needs on a daily basis. It does the job perfectly and you can relax knowing that as long as you have access to water from any source, you can put it through your purifier and it will come out in perfect quality to drink and cook with.
Lastly, if you think you will be on the go, you should definitely get a portable water purification system. There is a very popular individual portable water purifier called a LifeStraw Personal Water Filter. That is okay to use for one person in emergency situations when you are on the go. If you have more people to take care of there are larger systems that will do a better job.
We like the LifeStraw Family 1.0 Water Purifier best for this need. It is large enough to produce enough purified water for a family or small group yet easy enough to carry and transport.
If you don’t invest in any other survival type of item or system, you owe it to yourself to get some type of water purification system. Remember what I said about the 3 days. That’s super important.
To view a wide variety of some of the most popular survival water purification systems go to: www.SurvivalResources.org. You will be glad you did.