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YOU CAN SURVIVE…
3 Minutes without AIR
3 Days without WATER
3 Weeks without FOOD
PREPARE & STORE EMERGENCY WATER
We don’t know when “The Big One” will occur, but seismologists suggest that we are overdue for an 8.0 magnitude earthquake or greater, within the next 30 years. Accordingly, think about your survival strategy, plan on camping for two weeks and be prepared.
Having an ample supply of clean water is a top priority in an emergency situation. An average active person should consume at least 64oz (half gallon) of water each day. During hot months, children, nursing mothers, and those with medical conditions may require even more. You will also need water for food preparation & hygiene. The more you have stored, the better off you will be. If you are unable to store the minimum quantity, store as much as you can, and minimize the amount of water your body needs by reducing activity and staying cool.
We recommend storing Purified Water that is high-grade, chemical & bacteria-free in clean food-grade containers only. Store in an easily accessible, cool, location away from direct & indirect sunlight. Cover with towels if your storage is exposed to sunlight, as sunlight may promote algae growth. Our Purified Water can be stored for at least 5 years. If for any reason you do not have access to our water for storage, be sure to cycle through your water supply every six months to ensure it remains safe for an emergency.
MINIMUM EMERGENCY WATER SUPPLY
*Two Weeks of Emergency Water
*One Gallon / Person / Day
*Family of 4 People x 14 Days = 56 Gallons
*Three-day supply of non-perishable food
*Manual can opener
*Store as much water as possible in clean bottles – How To Clean Bottles:
(at least one gallon of water per person, per day – Emergency Water Storage)
*Portable, battery-powered, hand-crank or solar radio, and extra batteries
*Flashlight, headlamp, extra batteries, battery brick & recharging method
*Sanitation and hygiene items (hand sanitizer, moist towelettes, and toilet paper)
*Waterproof matches or matches in waterproof container & a heat source
*Whistle & shatterproof acrylic mirror to signal for assistance
*Extra clothing & blankets/sleeping bags, a small camping tent if possible
*Cooking pot, pot holder & basic cooking utensils
*Credit cards and photocopies of identification
*Cash & Coins, a minimum of 100 – $1 paper bills & 4 – $10 quarter rolls
*Prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solution, and hearing aid batteries
*Items for infants, such as formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers
*Pet supplies, a local area map, and other items to meet your unique family needs
*Basic tools (ie: compact multi-purpose shovel, hammer, Swiss Army knife)
Discuss the safest meeting locations with family & friends. Set up a primary & secondary meeting location, in case there is no access to the primary location. List at least 2 means of communication for your primary contacts. (We provide free Emergency Pamphlets, which you can pick up at our store.)
We carry a wide selection of bottles, including BPA-Free & lead-FREE glass you can purchase, OR feel free to bring in your own bottles to fill by the gallon. We offer Ultra Purified Water at 30c/gallon & Alkaline 9.5pH+/- Water at $2/gallon.
DISTRIBUTION GUIDELINES DURING EMERGENCIES
During an emergency event, we will be limited to supplying five gallons of water per family per day. This will allow us to help as many members of our community as possible. Increase your chances to survive & thrive by storing plenty of water in advance. Please share this vital information with your loved ones & neighbors, so they too can be self-sufficient & prepared for the unexpected.
WE ARE LOCATED AT
7011 Warner Ave., Suite G
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(Warner & Goldenwest in Stater Bros Plaza)
Open 7 Days
Sat & Sun: 10am-5pm
24/7 Alkaline & Purified Water Vending