Prepare and Protect - Emergency Water Filtration and Storage
Prepare to protect your family from harmful contaminants in your drinking water. Fresh Water Systems can bring you peace of mind by ensuring that adequately clean, filtered water is available before, during and after a natural disaster or emergency. We can help you create a disaster preparedness plan with portable water storage and filtration. In the event of a hurricane, flood or other severe weather, products like our gravity filters, handheld uv water purifiers, glass storage bottles and storage tanks can be used to get you and your family proper hydration.
Gravity Filters for College

Gravity Gets Out the Grime

Gravity water filters are compact in size, portable and of a superior level of filtration that make them a perfect for emergency use. They require no plumbing or electricity - simply pour water into the top chamber and the water will gravity feed through the filters into the bottom chamber where it can be dispensed for use.

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Emergency Glass Bottles for Storage

Always Store Water

Food grade glass jugs and bottles are a safe choice for storing water for emergency use. Water-filled glass jars should be stored in a dark area. Standard emergency guidelines suggest that you store one gallon of water per day for each person in your household to last you between three days to two weeks at a time.

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UV Handheld Purifiers

Pocket-Sized Purification

These personal, portable, handheld UV water purifiers utilize C Wavelength UV (ultraviolet light). UV-C light is short wave light, between x-rays and visible light wavelengths, which destroy the DNA of microbes in seconds. Without functional DNA, microbes can't reproduce or make you sick.

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Recommended Emergency Water Products

Check out our Boil Water Alert Map for alerts in your area.

Understanding Boil Water Alerts

Boil water alerts often follow natural disasters, like hurricanes, flooding and tornadoes. Boil water alerts are issued by municipalities when damage occurs to a water line or parts of the main water distribution system. Minerals and viruses like E.coli, cryptosporidium, and giardia, may get into water when a pipe breaks. We have answers to common questions and guides for what you need to do when there is an alert in your area.

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