Storing pure, safe water is a critical first step of your emergency food storage plan. On a normal day, most people need to drink at least two quarts (half-gallon) of water. Those living in hot environments, children, mothers who are nursing, and people with illness need even more. Families and individuals also need water for food preparation and personal hygiene.
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The following are the Four Solutions for Emergency Water Storage:
1. The first; bottled water purchased from your local Super Market or grocery store. I found that my local store has sales about every other month on cases of bottled water. With the use of coupons, I was able to purchase cases for $3.33 each. This comes to $1.02 per gallon. Each person will need four bottles per day.
2. The second solution is 8.5oz. Boxed Water. They come in cases of 27 boxes. Through my supplier, I can purchase these for $5.92 per gallon. Each person will need @7.5 boxes per day. This solution requires the least amount of space and each 8.5oz. Box can be stored separately. These boxes of water have a 1-5 year shelf life.
3. Solution number three is 4.227oz. Water Pouches. These come in cases of 64 pouches. My supplier has them priced at $7.68 per gallon. Each person will need a little more than 15 per day. Pouches are handy and easy to store in small spaces. They also have a 1-5 year shelf life.
4. The final solution is Canned Drinking Water. These come in cases of 24 cans. They can be purchased online for $7.68 per gallon. Each person will need 1&2/3 can per day. The cans can be stored in many places. They have the longest storage life – 30 years!