Monthly Archive: March 2012

Sanitation & Hygiene in SHTF

A man peeing outside with his bicycle in India, color image

In most disaster scenarios, sanitation is a major problem. After an earthquake, flood, hurricane, tornado, in a war zone, or especially during a pandemic, your area will soon be contaminated with germs and disease. That means water, food, public restrooms, really any public area is dangerous. First, sewers and septic tanks are likely to leak …

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Where You Should Store Your Food

Canning Jars with Tomatoes

Before starting your food storage program, you should figure out where you’re going to keep all that food. The conditions need to be right, there needs to be plenty of room, and it needs to be in a convenient place. Look around your home and find a place that you can dedicate to food storage. …

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