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ARE YOU PREPARED?


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ARE YOU PREPARED?


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WATER for Emergencies

We are lucky to have readily available clean municipal water, but in an emergency, these sources may become unavailable. The Red Cross recommends that we each have at least 14 gallons of water per person stored for emergencies. That’s a lot to store and can’t be carried. A SolarBag is a great supplement to your emergency kit: it has a seven year shelf life, it’s transportable, and it has broader contaminant coverage than conventional filters.

 
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Natural disasters affect thousands of people every year.  You should know what your risks are and prepare to protect yourself, your family and community.

Preparation for the unexpected is a universal recommendation. Assembling a supply kit and developing a family emergency plan are the first steps you can take to be ready for any natural disaster or emergency. Water is a crucial component to any emergency kit. Go to the Why a SolarBag page to learn how to ensure a clean water supply.

Information provided by www.ready.gov  Official website of the Department of Homeland Security