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Absolute Rights Article Says Make Survival Water Filters for Reassurance in Times of Disaster


Survival water filters are one of the most essential parts of emergency preparedness according to a recent Absolute Rights article. Knowing how to clean water and provide enough of it to keep loved ones safe in times of trial is one of the most important skills anyone could ever have, the article said, that’s why Absolute Rights released their latest Special Report, “170 Gallons a Day: How to Purify Any Water—Even Urine—To Store, Drink, or Cook with After a Disaster.”

Water may be available, but one contaminant in a supply can ruin the entire source. Any number of harmful substances can affect water: chemical runoff, human and animal waste, bacteria, viruses, and germs, said the article.

In cases of floods or hurricanes, people have to rely on the support organizations available to them for guidance and aid. The American Red Cross is a go-to source for disaster help, and they suggest at least one gallon per person per day with enough for a three day supply.

But the article claimed survival water filters aren’t only needed for emergency scenarios. If projections are true, much of the world’s population will use up their water supplies sooner than later, putting strain on community water plants and the filtration/sanitation industry.

With a proper education and the right supplies, people can be confident that their supply of water, no matter the contamination or shortage risks, will be clean and ample.

The article said the authors of the “170 Gallons a Day” report consulted experts from law enforcement, the Pentagon, virus and pandemic disciplines, and the bio-weapons field. They shared information previously unknown to the general public, and now the information is being shared in a succinct, uncomplicated report.

Absolute Rights produces reports like this one, newsletters, and other educational materials to provide actionable advice and impactful insight into geopolitical and domestic issues.

The article suggested finding a copy of “170 Gallons a Day: How to Purify Any Water—Even Urine—To Store, Drink, or Cook with After a Disaster,” and add a survival water filter to any emergency preparedness plan.


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