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Water Benefits Health News -- Emergency Water Purifiers for Use at Home or While Traveling
July 16, 2019
Water Benefits Health News, Issue #64
July 17, 2019
Hello Water Friend,
We hope you are enjoying summer and the many fun activities to do at the beach, the lake, the swimming pool, or any other body of water!
Remember that during the summer months, we need to drink more clean water on a daily basis to stay hydrated.
Speaking of clean drinking water, if you are a hiker, backpacker, or camper, I am sure you have considered your options for water purification.
As an update, you might want to check out our new feature article this issue: “Emergency Water Purifier – Tips and Recommendations.”
However, emergency water purification is not just a topic for travelers and hikers. With perpetual natural disasters in the news, such as fires, floods, hurricanes and others, it’s a good idea for every individual and family to have some type of emergency water purification on hand for emergencies.
For basic disinfection purposes, anyone can purchase water purification tablets or mixes for under $10.
Or you can choose from a wide selection of water purifier systems and dispensers that produce larger volumes of clean drinking water for anywhere from $50 to $500.
We encourage you to be prepared to be able purify your own water in the event you need it and may not have gas or electricity to boil it.
Be safe and stay hydrated this summer with clean drinking water!
Nancy Hearn, CNC
Feature ArticleEmergency Water Purifier – Tips and Recommendations
In order to choose the right emergency water purifier for your situation, there are two main factors to consider (1) your budget and (2) your purpose.
The least expensive way to purify water is by using water purification tablets and/or mixes, which you can purchase for as little as $10.
Or you can choose from a wide array of high-quality, lightweight water filter purifiers for anywhere between $50 to $200.
And last but not least, you can get water purifier dispensers for long-term use for $200 to $500.
People buy emergency water purifiers for many different purposes, including everything from wanting to ensure access to safe drinking water while traveling abroad to hiking in the back country or just to have on hand at home for emergencies or natural disasters.
Thus, depending on your budget and purpose, consider the following options which are listed from the least to the most expensive.
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Nancy Hearn is a certified health and nutrition consultant, hydration specialist, fitness advisor, and freelance web writer. She is the author of WaterBenefitsHealth.com and has published numerous health articles and eBooks.
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