Monday, June 4, 2012

Water Solutions for Cleaning the Worst of the Worst

Today’s article asked if people have ever been in desperate need of a water solution when the clean supply runs out. Those who have can agree it’s no walk in the park. Finding, cleaning, and storing quality water is a daunting task, and the article said it’s almost impossible in emergency situations.

Most people tragically underestimate their true water needs, and are nowhere near prepared to encounter any stoppage of their home faucets, said the article. To help them realize the importance of water purification and storage, Absolute Rights is offering a Special Report with all the information they need. “170 Gallons a Day: How to Purify Any Water—Even Urine—To Store, Drink, or Cook With After a Disaster” shows people how to rid water of bacteria, sediment, salt, and other harmful materials using homemade and inexpensive processes.

Knowing how to clean drinking water is a critical skill, and the article said that not enough people are aware of how close they are to needing it. Water supplies are sensitive to even the smallest interruptions, but the damage hurricanes, earthquakes, or floods can do is insurmountable. “170 Gallons a Day” shows how to take the dirtiest, most polluted water and turn it into the crystal clear, drinkable life source that’s so desperately needed on a daily basis.

Basic requirements call for a half-gallon of water per person per day, said the article, but permanently storing long-lasting supplies is unfeasible. That’s why water filtration and cleaning is so important. Having a reliably constant source of potable water to drink, cook with, and wash with is one of the most valuable aspects of basic survival, said the article.
It also added that there is a limited supply of fresh natural water in the world, and systems are susceptible to a multitude of dangers. Americans take their kitchen sinks for granted, said the article; millions of poverty-stricken areas in third world countries have little to no access to clean water.

And water supply threats don’t just impact drinking water. The article said global food supplies use a huge amount of the Earth’s clean water for irrigation, and population increases are creating a looming crisis.

Absolute Rights informs patriotic Americans on their given rights, plus helps protect those rights from government or disaster intrusion. Most importantly, it prides itself on alerting people when their rights are being threatened, creating an active and informed community. For more information, be sure to visit

The online article said people can take proactive steps to prepare themselves for the dangers that lie ahead by learning the skills and strategies in “170 Gallons” and applying them to their daily lives. Only then will they find the water solutions that work best, in times of need and for the future of the world supply’s well-being.

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