Emergencies are inevitable, whether natural, technological, or human-caused. Emergency preparedness is important in anticipation of a possible emergency. Being prepared means you know what to do, where to go, and you have the necessary supplies (i.e., food and water) to properly respond to emergencies and disasters when they strike.
Our emergency canned water is an essential item for individuals and families who want to be prepared for disasters or other emergencies that may interrupt their access to clean drinking water. It can also be useful for outdoor enthusiasts who need a reliable source of clean water while camping, hiking, or backpacking.
Its primary use is during emergencies - earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, power outages, blizzards, and typhoons - and is an excellent addition to any survival or preparedness kit. It is also the perfect companion to accompany you during camping, hiking, and rural adventures. No matter the reason, our emergency canned water prepares you for any challenge that comes your way.
Whether you're organizing a humanitarian aid initiative or an emergency preparedness program, prepositioning Yes We Can - Emergency Water will provide peace of mind during temporary water service interruptions.
Yes! Our Emergency Canned Water is warrantied for 100 years, to give you the peace of mind when you need it the most. With each batch we produce, we set aside one hundred cans and test one each year for 100 years to ensure no contaminants are growing. This allows us to ensure water stored long term is safe to be consumed during times of need.
Important: To qualify for the 100 years warranty, please REGISTER your batch number on our website and download your certificate. Think of it as a one-time insurance to ensure you are prepared during challenging situations. Once you register your cans, you will receive yearly lab tested results straight to your inbox for peace of mind.
Our Canadian water undergoes several stages of filtration and purification that include a sediment filter & propylene (5 microns), activated carbon block filter (5 microns), twice run through reverse osmosis, and a carbon filter (1 micron). Our water then goes through 3 UV filters, ozonated for safety then infused with nitrogen before the canning process. The purified water is then packaged in aluminum cans, then hermetically sealed, boxed, palletized, wrapped, and ready to be shipped out.
Emergency preparedness refers to the activities – plans, procedures, contact lists, and exercises – undertaken to prepare for a likely emergency. It is important to be proactive and prepared because emergency situations such as natural disasters, severe weather events, water disruptions, or public health crises can pose significant risks to your safety and well-being.
Being prepared allows you to take necessary precautions, mitigate potential dangers, and protect yourself and your loved ones from harm. It is important for your safety and protection and your adaptability, providing you a timely response to emergency situations.
To better prepare for any unfortunate event, Public Safety Canada has published a 72-hour guide to aid you and your companions to survive an emergency. The guide highlights emergency preparedness and its importance to live. Click Here to download the guide.
A basic emergency kit can be crucial during a catastrophe. A basic emergency kit must include:
⦁ Water – at least two liters of water per person per day
⦁ Food that won’t spoil such as canned and dried foods
⦁ Batteries (replace batteries once a year)
⦁ First Aid Kit
⦁ Contact information
Storing water in case of an emergency is important for several reasons:
- Human Survival: The human body can only survive a few days without water, making it crucial to have a sufficient supply available during emergencies when regular water sources may be compromised or inaccessible.
- Water Supply Disruptions: During emergencies, regular water supply systems can be disrupted. Water mains may break, water treatment plants may be damaged, or water sources may become contaminated. Having stored water ensures you have a safe and reliable source of drinking water until the regular supply is restored.
- Sanitation and Hygiene: In emergency situations, maintaining proper sanitation and hygiene practices is crucial to prevent the spread of diseases. Having stored water allows you to maintain hygiene by washing hands, cleaning utensils, and practicing proper sanitation measures, which is essential for overall health and well-being.
- Limited Access to Clean Water Sources: In some cases, access to clean water sources, such as rivers, wells, or public water fountains, may be limited or unsafe due to contamination or damage. By having stored water, you reduce the need to search for or rely on potentially unsafe water sources, ensuring you have a safe and reliable supply readily available.
- Emergency Medical Needs: Water is also essential for emergency medical care. It is used for cleaning wounds, rehydrating patients, and preparing medications. Having stored water can support basic medical needs during emergencies until professional medical assistance becomes available.
- Peace of Mind: Knowing that you have an adequate supply of water stored for emergencies provides peace of mind. It allows you to focus on other essential tasks and reduces anxiety during challenging situations, knowing that you and your family have access to a vital resource like water.
The "Pay What You Can" pricing model allows our customers to pay whatever amount they can afford for up to 4 cans of water. This model is used to ensure that our emergency canned water is accessible to a wide range of people, including those who may not have the financial means to pay full price. This can be particularly important for essential products or services that are necessary for basic needs, such as food, water, and healthcare. Additionally, we incorporated this model to create a sense of community and support among customers, encouraging them to contribute what they can to help others access water when they are in need.
The “Ship When We Can” shipping model delays shipping orders until we have a large enough volume to fill a shipping container or truck, rather than shipping individual orders as they are placed. This allows us to ship in bulk to a single location, which can have several benefits:
The most important benefit is that it helps minimize the shipping costs that our customers pay. By shipping in bulk, we take advantage of economies of scale and negotiate lower shipping rates with carriers. This allows us to offer free shipping to our customers or, at the very least, pass on some of the savings in the form of lower prices. Many customers purchase in bulk and we ensure there are options to minimize or eliminate those costs.
Another benefit is that it helps us work towards our Net-Zero goal by reducing the carbon footprint of our business via more efficient shipping practices - we reduce the number of trips made by delivery vehicles, which lowers fuel consumption and emissions.
Yes We Can - Emergency Water is infused with nitrogen to pressurize the cans and help keep the water molecules alive and fresh for decades. Nitrogen is one of the cryogenic liquids, that effectively displaces oxygen consequently minimizing the growth of microorganisms that cause foods to lose their freshness and perish faster. Because nitrogen is an extremely cold element, you can shake to cool the can and enjoy a “cooler” drink.
Reverse Osmosis is an advanced water purification method that was initially developed by the U.S. Navy to produce drinking water from sea water for submarine crews. The reverse osmosis filtration technology works by forcing water under pressure through the very tiny pores of a semi-permeable membrane. This filtration process was proven very highly effective in removing protozoa, bacteria, viruses, and chemicals leaving only pure H2O behind.
For long term storage, it is recommended to store the cans in a dry and cool place, ideally between the temperatures of 10 and 60 degrees Celsius.
Donating water to communities affected by natural disasters, living in refugee camps, or at risk of droughts is extremely important for several reasons.
First and foremost, access to clean, safe drinking water is essential for human survival. Water is necessary for hydration, sanitation, and maintaining overall health. When communities are affected by natural disasters or facing other challenges that disrupt their access to water, the consequences can be severe, including illness, dehydration, and even death. Donating water can help to alleviate these issues and ensure that people have prepositioned access to the resources they need to stay healthy and hydrated.
Second, donating water can help to support the recovery and rebuilding efforts of communities affected by natural disasters or facing other challenges. When people have access to clean water, they are better able to focus on rebuilding their homes, communities, and lives, rather than worrying about where their next drink of water will come from.
Finally, donating water can help to promote long-term sustainability and resilience in the face of future challenges. By helping communities to establish reliable sources of clean water, we can help to reduce their reliance on external assistance and increase their capacity to cope with future crises.
Ultimately, donating water to communities in need is an impactful way to support communities well-being, recovery, and resilience, and it is a way that we can all make a positive impact on the world we work and live in.