Tactical Health Survival Straw - Emergency Personal Water Filtration & Purification Straw - .01 Micron Absolute Hollow Fiber Membrane - 530 Gallon CapacityCOMPARE WATER FILTRATION ABILITY: 1/100 OF A MICRON IS 20 TIMES FINER THAN THE 20/100 MICRON (LEADING STRAW) The Survival Straw offers complete water treatment. It costs a little more but it does much more than other leading sellers. The Water filter straw uses a combination of .01 micron membrane with micro fibrous tubes, activated carbon, multiple filters & high poly-iodine to remove bacteria, heavy metals & viruses. The water filtration straw requires no tablets, drops or bottles Tactical Health Survival Straw deploys poly-iodine treatment to filter the water and kill viruses. With Tactical Health Survival Straw at ...
Easy access to clean and safe drinking water. Compact filter allows you to drink directly from puddles, streams, lakes etc. Can be used in harsh conditions such as backcountries, refuges, camping sites. Delivers a large volume thanks to a very high flow rate. Does not require batteries. Contains no chemicals or moving parts that could break or wear out. Much more compact and convenient than a pump filter or a purifier. Note: - Regularly blow through the straw after drinking to keep the filter clean and to prevent clogs - shake the filter to clear out drips and to prevent freezing in the winter specifications: Color: Military green length: 7 inches weight: 1.65 oz. Capacity: 700 L / 185 gallons filtering particles: 15 microns.
Rainwater Harvesting and Use: Understanding the Basics of Rainwater Harvesting (Water Conservation, Resource Management, Crisis, water storage, water security) (Volume 1)
Learn How To Design A Rainwater Harvesting System For Your Home Today NEW & UPDATED with 30% new content, diagrams, pictures and charts to help you get started now on designing your own rainwater Harvesting System. There is a global water crisis that is growing worse each day and we all need to take action to secure water for our own use. Water security is something we all can learn to do via rainwater harvesting. Water conservation isn't enough so learning the basics of rainwater harvesting is a must. This isn't a difficult task as long as you understand the basics steps and take action now. According to World Resources Institutes October 2000 publication, “By 2025 at least 3.5 billion people - about half the world’s population - will live in areas without enough water for agriculture, industry, and human needs… Worldwide, water quality conditions appear to have degraded in almost all regions with intensive agriculture and in large urban and industrial areas.” This book gives you step-by-step instructions on what you need to know to design and install a rainwater harvesting system for you home. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... Basic Components of Rainwater Harvesting Systems Prerequisites for Setting up a Rainwater Harvesting System How to Design a Rainwater Harvesting System Everything about Storage Reservoirs How to Treat Water for Quality Assurance How to Maintain and Use Rainwater Harvesting Systems