Sanitation

Sanitation is like a parachute — if you get it wrong, you die.  To stay healthy, our modern-day high-tech society is almost totally dependent on a functioning infrastructure of power, water, sewer, abundance of chemicals, and tax-funded services.

The many different facets of sanitation are at the heart of our vastly improved health and lifestyle compared to just a few generations ago.  Sanitation processes take place so automatically and seamlessly in the background that most people have no concept of what’s going on in support of their safety and well-being.  These functions have worked so well for the past 80 years that today’s generations expect it to always be so.

Because of the intricacies and interconnectivity of our infrastructure, we have become more susceptible to serious breakdowns than ever before.  The sickness, disease, and pestilence caused by failed sanitation are issues that most people have no experience with.  Preparation for proper sanitation is far more than what you find in the typical preparedness books, videos, lectures, and catalogs.  It’s important to learn the full spectrum of sanitation issues and prepare to deal with them before they overcome you and your household.

Failed Sanitation Will Track Down, Catch and Kill the Ignorant and Unprepared

For years, Jim Philips, has described sanitation as a huge black hole for long-term individual, family and community survival following a major disaster that shuts down the infrastructure.  Sanitation is absolutely like a parachute – if you get it wrong, you will die.

In order to stay healthy, our modern-day high-tech society is almost totally dependent on its functioning infrastructure of power, water, sewer, abundance of chemicals and tax-funded services.

The many different facets of sanitation are at the heart of our vastly improved health and lifestyle compared to just a few generations ago.   These things happen so automatically and seamlessly in the background that most people have no concept of all of the things going on around them to support their safety and well-being.  It has all worked so well for the last 80 years that current generations honestly believe they are entitled to such comforts and safety.

It is vital that you come to grips with all of the real sanitation issues and properly prepare for a time when the support systems our society depends on are no longer functioning.

Sanitation, or more correctly the sickness, disease and pestilence caused when it fails, is an issue with which most people have no actual extended experience with.  Emergency sanitation, especially for the long-term, is far more that what you see in the typical preparedness books, videos, and lectures of just having some cleaners on hand to wash things down with and ways of caring for personal hygiene.  Learn the full spectrum of sanitation issues and prepare to overcome them before they overcome you and your household.

The Must Have SANITATION SERIES (4-DVD Set) by Jim Phillips