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Disaster Supplies

Emergency Disaster Supplies:

We stock a full line of disaster supplies including  Potable Water Bladder and Fuel Bladders. In addition to stocking these supplies our crew is always willing and able to hit the ground running when it comes to responding to natural or man-made disasters. Ready Containment, LLC. has manufactured water and fuel distribution products over the past decade that have been used in recent hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunami and wars. Our Water Bladders and Fuel bladders have been some of the first on the ground deployed by US Military, USAID, Samaritan’s Purse, CARE and many other NGO’s.  We have a complete line of water bladders and self-closing Tap Stand for dispensing life saving water in any disaster. We provide Fuel bladders pumps and spill berms that help keep the disaster recovery work moving and the lights on.

Emergency Water

Sphere Standards.

The Sphere Project, launched in 1997, is a unique agreement amongst hundreds of humanitarian actors, international agencies, NGOs and donor institutions to improve the quality of assistance provided to people affected by disasters and the accountability of the humanitarian system in their disaster.

Including Drinking Water Standards | Sanitary Services| Water Bladders Standards

Download the Sphere Standards

Emergency Fuel Bladder

Emergency Fuel Transport Bladder are custom-made for transport aboard airplanes, helicopters, trucks and more.

You should store at least one gallon of water per person per day. A normally active person needs at least one gallon of water daily just for drinking however individual needs vary, depending on age, physical condition, activity, diet and climate.

To determine your water needs, take the following into account:

One gallon of water per person per day, for drinking and sanitation. Children, nursing mothers and sick people may need more water. A medical emergency might require additional water. If you live in a warm weather climate more water may be necessary. In very hot temperatures, water needs can double. Keep at least a three-day supply of water per person.