When disaster strikes,the world turns to government institutions and humanitarian organizations to meet basic survival needs such as food, shelter, medical care, and water. Bottled water may meet short-term drinking needs but it is not a practical long-term source to operate a makeshift kitchen, bathroom, or washing station.
WaterStep equips your team with effective solutions that allow disaster relief or first responders to be more efficient and self sustaining on location.
Equipping Your Team to Provide Safe Water at a Disaster Site:
WaterStep has developed tools to assist you and your organization to provide safe water in a time of disaster.
The WaterStep M-100 Chlorinator presents a solution:
- Small enough to fit in a carry-on suitcase, allowing easy transport to the field.
- Powerful enough to produce over 10,000 gallons of safe water each day.
- Does not require an electrical source. The M-100 operates on a handful of ordinary table salt and a 12-volt car battery.
With the M-100 Chlorinator, you can provide safe water to large groups of thousands of people.
Mobile Water System:
The WaterStep Mobile Water System (MWS) is a rapid deployment option to provide system redundancy for disaster relief organizations, water utilities, or others responsible for providing safe through a mini water treatment plant. The MWS includes everything needed for quick assembly, and operation, and can provide safe water within two hours after being deployed.
- A complete mobile mini-water treatment system which includes the WaterStep water purifier, filters, pumps, and water bladders.
- Generate your own cleaning and sanitizing solutions.
- Collapsible containers for the distribution of water.
We equip your team with training and technology in times of emergency.
Please Contact WaterStep for more details about how we present a turn-key solution to your emergency management needs or learn about the solutions we offer in the resources below.
The Communicator: Louisville Emergency Management Newsletter
Planning for an Emergency Drinking Water Supply: Pike County, IN