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Emergency water supplies for the worst-case scenario

Our partnered emergency and remote mobile water treatment systems are specially designed to withstand tough conditions and ensure a constant supply of fresh drinking water, no matter the severity of the location.

This solution can remove any water source and handle it with ease.

If you have conventional or non-conventional sources, these solutions are perfect. It can take in anything from rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and even harvested rainwater.

  • Drought

    Product Tactics Strategist
  • Fire

    National Response Assistant
  • Earthquakes

    Principal Tactics Strategist

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Have us by your corner during any natural disaster with fast and effective emergency water treatment options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

An emergency remote water filtration system is a mobile, self-contained unit that can be quickly deployed to provide safe drinking water in emergency situations, such as natural disasters or other disruptions to the local water supply.

Emergency remote water filtration systems typically use a combination of physical and chemical processes to remove contaminants and pathogens from water. These may include sedimentation, activated carbon adsorption, and ultraviolet disinfection.

An emergency remote water filtration system can provide a reliable source of safe drinking water in situations where the local water supply may be compromised. These systems are portable, easy to operate, and can be quickly deployed to provide clean water to affected communities.

Maintenance of an emergency remote water filtration system typically involves regular inspections, cleaning, and replacement of filters and other components, and ongoing training of operators to ensure proper operation.

Emergency remote water filtration systems can be purchased or leased from water treatment companies that specialize in providing these systems. A water treatment specialist can help evaluate your needs and recommend the most appropriate system for your specific situation.