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Grid Down Water Survival Guide: How To Stockpile, Purify, and Harvest Clean Drinking Water When The Power Grid Has Collapsed

Morgan Carpenter

The power grid collapses, and with it, all source of running water cease working.

In the blink of an eye, you can no longer access clean drinking water out of your kitchen or bathroom faucets.

Now what do you do? How do you stay hydrated? How do you get water for showering, cooking food, and watering your gardens and crops?

Most individuals are simply unprepared and unaware of the potential consequences of an EMP attack or solar flare occurring over the United States, or any other kind of a major disaster (such as a cyberattack ) that causes the power grid to collapse.

I want you to imagine a world where the power grid is no longer operational and electronic devices have ceased to work.

Perhaps the most critical convenience of modern life that would be severely impacted in this scenario is running water.

I say most critical, because we all know that our bodies can only survive for a maximum of three days without water...and sometimes even less.

Water is life, and without it, we cannot survive no matter how well prepared we are otherwise.

That's why your disaster preparedness plan must be prepared for a world without running water, and that's exactly what I want to focus on in this book.

There are three big priorities you need to have when it comes to your water preparedness plans for an off-grid disaster scenario.

First, you need to have a strong stockpile of water that you can turn to for when the water from your sinks stops running.

Second, you need a way to resupply yourself with more water via water harvesting systems that you can set up at home. This is because it doesn't matter how much water you have stockpiled, eventually you might run out before the running water returns, .

And thirdly, you need to have the systems in place to purify all new water you collect and harvest to ensure that it is absolutely safe to drink. That's because drinking water that's not purified can sometimes be more dangerous than drinking no water at all.

It's these priorities, among some secondary ones, that I'll be covering at length in this book.

I've spent most of my adult life dedicated to self-sufficiency and preparedness for extreme crises, and my family and I have spent the last eleven years specifically doing everything we can to ensure that we are ready for any extreme grid down disaster that comes our way.

While we're fortunate to live on an off-grid homestead where we are totally reliant on our own water systems, most people are living on-grid and are totally dependent on the water that comes out of their faucets.

If this is you, and if you want to become more self-sufficient and prepared when it comes to water, then I would encourage you to read on.

I can tell you from firsthand experience that making sure you have stored plenty of water safely and set up the systems to replenish your water source is one of the most important aspects of disaster preparedness...and also one of the most difficult.

That's because there is so much that can go wrong, from your stockpile of water getting contaminated to your rainwater harvesting system failing and other things that can imperil your water preparedness plans.

I'm here to tell you exactly what you need to do so you can avoid making some of the mistakes that I made and to ensure that you and your family have a strong water stockpile and a reliable means of replenishing and purifying that stockpile.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: Apr 5th, 2024
  • Pages: 50
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 11.00in - 8.50in - 0.10in - 0.31lb
  • EAN: 9798322008095
  • Categories: Outdoor Skills