Midstream in the third week of 2014 National Preparedness Month.
“Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare”
Are you drowning in these preparedness tips yet?
This week’s theme is consistent with FEMA’s National Preparedness Campaign: Build an Emergency Kit
#16: One Gallon of water per day / per person. Calculated for you = 48 bottles of water per person in your #Prepared2014 kit! #NatlPrep
So let’s do some simple calculations now.
1 bottled water = 8 oz of water
16 ounces of water = 1 pint of water
8 pints of water = 1 gallon of water
The recommendation is that every person has a gallon of water per day per person.
*****That means you need at least 16 bottles of water per person per day.*****
If you just whispered ERMAHGERD….then you should buy some water today.
This one is not negotiable…get it now. A case of bottled water is relatively cheap…like $3 for a case. Cheap. Do it.
So don’t let this happen to you.