Purify To Survive!
Emergency Disinfection of Drinking Water
In an emergency situation where regular water service has been interrupted – like a hurricane, flood, or water pipe breakage – local authorities may recommend using only bottled water, boiled water, or disinfected water until regular water service is restored. The instructions below show you how to boil and disinfect water to kill
most disease-causing microorganisms that may be present in the water. However, boiling or disinfection will not destroy other contaminants, such as heavy metals, salts, and most other chemicals. ONLY USE WATER THAT HAS BEEN PROPERLY DISINFECTED 1. Use bottled water or water you have properly prepared and stored as an emergency water supply. 2. Boil water, if you do not have bottled water. Boiling is sufficient to kill pathogenic bacteria, viruses and protozoa (WHO, 2015). 3. Treat your water with liquid chlorine bleach
ARE THOSE STEPS ENOUGH TO SURVIVE UNDER SEVERE STORM CONDITIONS? WHAT ELSE COULD BE IN THE WATER?
According to Dr. Roy M. Speiser, small microscopic particles such as debris, bacteria, fecal particles, glass, sediment, parts of dead insects and animals, parasites, chemicals including heavy metals and fluoride that pollute the water after a storm, will not be effected by Boiling and Chlorine treatments
GARY NULL PORTABLE EMERGENCY GRAVITY WATER FILTER WILL TAKE CARE OF THE REST.
Without electricity, a home shortly runs out of drinkable water. You can’t just drink flood waters, etc. because of pollution and other conditions that make water not safe to drink under any conditions without a purification system. That’s why Gary is offering his Emergency Gravity Water Filter at a special price. It’s portable and light (Under 3 Pounds) and easy to assemble. It’s small so you can take it with you anywhere.
SPECIAL PRICE: $249.00