Learn how flexitanks are used for emergency water supply. Check if you are prepared for emergency and download your “Stay at Home” and “On-the-Go” emergency kits.
On Wednesday, August 24, 2016, the German Government unveiled its civil defense plan advising citizens to stockpile food and water for use in a national emergency. Citizens are advised to store enough food to last them 10 days and five days’ water supply two liters (half a gallon) per person daily.
The proposal has generated controversial feedback, with comical responses on social media and accusations of being “scaremongering” from MPs.
While it is the first time we hear a recommendation to stockpile food and water on a national level of an EU country, the emergency plans are common for municipalities and being released and updated on a regular basis.
• Potable Water Tank Storage
The smaller configurations of storage flexitanks can be used for home water storage, installed in the backyards or under the deck of residential homes. Those tanks are extremely popular in Australia where periods of droughts may be quite extended, but their popularity is growing in other parts of the world.
Being prepared for an emergency can make a critical difference to the outcome of the situation.
Download a basic 72-hour Stay at Home Kit and Emergency On-the-Go Kit and visit your municipality’s webpage for more specific information.
DOWNLOAD Stay-at-Home Kit
DOWNLOAD On-the-Go Kit