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  1. Information contained in this presentation may be used at your own risk. While it is intended to be advisory in nature, you are responsible to verify the accuracy of the information prior to any use.

  2. Special Thanks to; Lucas Boucher Dan Diviney Leah Kissick Jackie Klunk Jeff Trish

  3. Water

  4. Fresh Water is essential to human life An otherwise health person can only live 3 – 5 days without water The average American uses 40-100 gallons of water a day

  5. Raw Water Risks • Protozoan Cysts • Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia • Bacteria • Escherichia coli, or E. coli, Salmonella, Campylobacter jejuni, Yersinia entercolitica, Leptospirainterrogans and many others • Viruses • hepatitis A, rotavirus, enterovirus, norovirus, Norwalk virus

  6. Pathogen Effects • Mainly gastrointestinal • Diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, pain and discomfort, dehydration, death • May range from minor to severe • May be life threatening

  7. Water Treatment Options • Chemical treatment • Boiling • Gravity-fed filters and purifiers • Mechanical/Pump-style filters and purifiers • Ultraviolet light

  8. Water Collection & STORAGE

  9. How much do you need? • Two (2) Gallons per person per day • One (1) Gallon for drinking and food preparation • One (1) Gallon for bathing, hygiene and dish washing

  10. Finding water in your house • Water heater • Toilet tank • Cold water pipes • Melted ice cubes • Liquids from canned goods • Swimming pools, hot tubs and spas • Water beds

  11. Storage • Use: • Glass – Be careful • Plastic – Certain types • Metal – Stainless steel or aluminum • Containers approved for food and/or water storage

  12. About Plastics • HDPE - High Density PolyEthylene • LDPE – Low Density PolyEthylene • PP – PolyPropylene • All of the above are okay for water storage

  13. Do not store clean, filtered or disinfected water in collection containers unless they have been disinfected • Do not store drinking water longer than six (6) months

  14. Water Purification You can do it

  15. What you need to purify using bleach… Items Needed

  16. Use tape to secure coffee filters…

  17. Pour water through filters… This is a slow process.

  18. Let stand for 15 minutes to allow water to settle…

  19. Add 8 drops of bleach…

  20. Stir well…

  21. … then smell the water. Cover and wait 30 minutes The water should have a very faint bleach odor. If it does not, add 2 more drops and remix. Do NOT exceed 16 drops per gallon.

  22. to purify BOILING by

  23. Once again… secure coffee filters with tape and pour water…

  24. That’s not coffee in that coffee filter…

  25. Bring to full boil and continue boiling for 2 minutes

  26. Wash container well… disinfect with bleach.

  27. Iodine Water treatment

  28. Water 2% Tincture of Iodine Eye Dropper Containers Plastic or Glass Coffee Filters Needed:

  29. Pre-filter • Pre-filter raw water through several coffee filters before treatment, if possible.

  30. Water Temperature: • Iodine Treatment works best over 60° F • If water is below 40° F, the wait time to use must be doubled.

  31. Add five (5) drops of Iodine per quart. Clear Water

  32. Add ten (10) drops of iodine per quart Cloudy Water

  33. Allow time for the iodine to work Remember to double the wait time for cold water Let Sit For 30 Minutes

  34. Let sit for an additional thirty (30) minutes Shake Well

  35. Try adding: • A pinch of salt • Lemon juice • Crushed Vitamin C tablet (50mg) • Drink Flavoring like; Tang, Kool-Aid, etc., etc. • Pour back and forth between two containers Iodine treated water tastes nasty Taste

  36. Iodine should be considered a treatment method in emergencies, for short term use only. For Short Term Use Only

  37. Medical Precautions: Do Not use iodine treated water if you: • have an allergy to Iodine or Shellfish • have a Thyroid Condition • Are Pregnant • take any sort of Lithium Medication

  38. Filters / Purifiers

  39. Filters • Remove • Bacteria • Protozoan Cysts

  40. Purifiers • Remove • Bacteria • Protozoan Cysts • Viruses

  41. 2 Basic Types • Gravity • Mechanical

  42. Gravity • Lazy Man’s Method

  43. Mechanical

  44. THIRSTY??? ANYBODY

  45. Web Sites http://divine3.wix.com/adamsfreedomconnector http://coolprepperstuff.com/