Emergency preparedness could be the difference between life and death. Humans can go over a month without food, but only three days without water. Are you prepared?
Emergency Water Guidelines
- The Water Quality & Health Council recommends that you store at least one gallon of water per person, per day in a cool, dark place.
- Half of your stored water should be reserved for personal hygiene and food preparation.
- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security encourages individuals to store enough water to last a minimum of three days.
- The Center for Disease Control recommends that you replace all non-commercially packaged stored water every six months.
- Don’t forget to store additional water for all pets!
Emergency Water Filtration System
The Chanson Nano Filtration System is a revolutionary everyday water filter which is also perfect for emergencies. It filters out bacteria, VOC’s, SOC’s, viral contaminants and a host of other unwanted water pollutants, making ANY water safe to drink and saving you a ton of money on bottled water. In fact, the Nano Filtration System is so effective that if your city issues a boil safe warning, you won’t have to comply!
The Nano comes with one 3.2 gallon BPA-free metal-free Storage Tank. This tank has NSF approved components, is not susceptible to rust or corrosion, and does not contain harmful chemicals. It is also one of the only holding tanks on the market that is washable, making it more resistant to mold. Extra Storage Tanks can be purchased individually and will store enough water for one person for three days.