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Environmental crises can disrupt gas lines, cut out electricity, and–most importantly–affect your access to safe water. Water main breaks, inadequate sewage management, and natural disasters like floods can all lead to contamination and boil advisories.
How do you stay prepared for when disaster strikes? Hurricanes, tornados, floods, tsunamis, and more can disrupt important infrastructure and systems that provide clean and safe drinking water. Knowing how to purify water on your own in times of emergency is an essential skill. Read more here on how you can be ready for anything.
What happens if you drink river water? We often don’t think about natural resources of water being potentially hazardous, but even rivers are home to millions of microorganisms that can be harmful when ingested. Learn more about how you can stay safe, and hydrated, wherever you are.
A U.S.-based perspective on sustainable water usage. How implementing a greywater system in your home could save you hundreds on water and energy bills and reduce pressures on local and regional water reserves.
It is common knowledge that a lack of healthy and clean water is going to be detrimental to one’s physical health, due to the simple fact that we all require water to survive. However, what many people do not realize is that the adverse effects of dirty water go way beyond physical well-being alone.
No one likes carrying loads of gear on long hikes or camping trips. If you’re like me, you go for walks/hikes that end up eating up more of your time than you originally intended So, when I heard about Aquatabs, a product that allows water purification on the go, I thought I would test it out and see how this could make my trips easier.
Aquatabs offers a versatile and effective solution for water purification and disinfection in a variety of industrial applications. From food and beverage production to travel and agriculture, Aquatabs can help prevent the spread of waterborne diseases, improve water quality, and ensure the safety and health of people, animals, and plants.