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Survival supplies will offer you peace of mind to know that you are prepared should a disaster strike locally. When faced with disaster, your ability to adapt and be self-reliant is the greatest variable that will directly affect your ability to keep you and your family safe.

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Creating and Storing an Emergency Water Supply In certain emergency situations, access to clean drinking water may be just enough to save your life. Prepare for this scenario by creating and storing an emergency supply of water that will sustain you and your family long enough to get help.  Bottled Water If you read the previous blog post about bottled water you might disagree with the CDC recommendation that unopened commercially bottled water is your safest bet - but it's better than nothing. If you don't have access to bottled water, you can buy a UV Sterilization Pen or an Emergency Water Filtration...

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But does a closed bottle of water actually go bad? According to DNews, it can be stored “indefinitely” if it’s properly stored. The Centers for Disease Control put out a statement saying commercially bottled water is the safest method for long term storage, but it should not be in a place where it will be in direct sunlight because some plastics release hormone disrupter bisphenol A (BPA) when they're heated.

Another big problem with plastic water bottle is that they are permeable. They absorb pesticides, gasoline, and other pollutants that are nearby.

In my opinion, this is not the type of water I want to drink in an emergency situation. 

If you're interested in learning how to properly store water in BPA free containers read:

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