Demand for hand sanitizers, sanitary wipes, and bottled water increased significantly during the pandemic. Puritan Springs Water employees worked tirelessly to ensure that safe drinking water has been available to essential groups providing critical services such as first responders, food banks, hospitals and nursing homes. As businesses and schools closed, the demand for home deliveries of bottled water increased, too.
No authority has directed consumers to stock up on bottled water in connection with the pandemic, but the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommends people be prepared for the unexpected by having on hand safe drinking water (at least one gallon per person per day), extra food, batteries, and essential items such as prescriptions and sanitary supplies. Whether a natural disaster that disrupts tap water quality like a severe storm, tornado, hurricane or wildfire, or a tap water boil alert, Puritan Springs bottled water is there when you need it — in good times and bad — with a safe, reliable, affordable, convenient and readily available supply when you need it.
For more information visit www.puritanspringswater.com or call 800-292-2992.