Blue Can Water Review - EARTHQUAKES, HURRICANES, FLOODS ARE YOU PREPARED? Blue Can Revolutionizes Premium Emergency Drinking Water With A 50 Year Shelf Life!

Since 2004, more than one billion people around the world have lost their homes, businesses, family members or lives to natural disasters.  “Tornadoes recently destroyed entire towns in the Midwest, there’s historic Mississippi River flooding, more than 1000 wildfires have raged in Northern California, major earthquakes have decimated portions of Asia and today we are faced with Hurricane Joaquin which battered the Bahamas and wreaked havoc upon the United States’ East Coast,” says Blue Can Water CFO, James Skylar.  Natural disasters can happen anywhere, and they often give little warning.  However, proactive preparedness will help mitigate the negative effects.  

Water is the most primary element to human survival, second only to air. Humans can survive for more than three weeks without food (Mahatma Gandhi survived 21 days of complete starvation) but the maximum an individual can survive without water is 3 days -- an estimate that would certainly be shorter in difficult conditions -- boiling heat or extreme cold. “During a disaster, you must consider the fact that running water may be either unsafe to drink or simply unavailable and just storing bottled water at home is not enough. Despite popular myth, bottled water only has a 6-12 month shelf-life -- even less, if stored in extreme temperatures,” noted Skylar, “whereas, Blue Can offers a 50 Year Shelf Life for its pure water products based on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes that exceed standard FDA regulations and bottled water industry standards.”

Los Angeles-based, Blue Can provides premium emergency drinking water for homes, businesses and vehicles. Blue Can uses a high-tech filtration system including sterilization that, once placed in aluminum cans under pressure, allows the water to stay 100% pure and fresh for decades. Blue Can supports the Emergency Water Foundation, (www.emergencywaterfoundation.org) a California non-profit corporation, committed to assisting public institutions, business organizations, schools and public offices with the preparation and compliance of their individual Disaster Awareness Plan, including the pre-staging and management of emergency water supplies.


For more information or to purchase, visit: Blue Can Water

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