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Hospitals and Schools Choose Blue Can Emergency Water for Emergency Use

Blue Can Purified Drinking Water – the top choice of hospitals, care facilities, hospices, medical centers, universities and school districts throughout the U.S.

A can of Blue Can Emergency water along with two stacked pallets of water and a testimonial from a hospital.

Hospitals, Medical Centers, Convalescent Homes, Elder Care Facilities, and Hospices Store Blue Can Drinking Water for Disaster Preparation

Blue Can Emergency Water is THE premium emergency drinking water of choice used by the Red Cross, Kaiser Permanente, UCLA Medical Center, St. Luke’s Hospital, the VA of New England, John Muir Health, FEMA, and many other medical and care facilities across the U.S.

Disasters such as severe weather, pandemics, and utility outages can easily disrupt hospitals, medical facilities and care centers’ access to clean drinking water for days, months, or even years as happened in Flint, MI, Houston TX and elsewhere. It is vitally important for every medical facility, every university medical center, and every type of care and convalescent facility to be prepared with large stores of purified water that do not need constant rotation and replacement like water in plastic bottles.

Here’s a solution you can rely on: FDA standard, Blue Can Emergency Water in aluminum cans can be purchased and safely stored and used for as long as 50 years!

Shipped in packable pallets with reinforced corner brackets, 450 gallons of water (or 900 gallons when stacked) can be stored in less than 16 square feet! Click here for more information about Blue Can Water

Logos from famous hospitals, medical centers and universities that have purchased Blue Can water for storage

Universities, Colleges, School Districts, and Boarding Schools Require an Emergency Plan for Safe Storage of Drinking Water

When it comes to emergency preparedness, schools and universities, as well as school districts including UCLA Health, U. of Utah Health, CA Institute of Technology, Amherst College, CA Baptist University, U. of LaVerne, Antelope Valley College, the Bellevue School District have chosen Blue Can Purified Water for their disaster preparedness. School districts and universities are required to have an emergency management plan that includes a source of drinking water that is ready to be distributed to students and faculty when disasters or emergency conditions occur. Blue Can Emergency Water has a shelf-life of 50 years, so doesn’t need to be re-purchased, rotated and replaced every year. It’s always ready to be distributed in cases or individual cans and easy to use with pop-top, fully recyclable, aluminum cans.


Hospitals and Schools Depend on Blue Can Water for Any Emergency Response or Shortage

Two Icons representing hospitals and schools on a blue background depicting Blue Can Emergency Drinking Water.

CDC Guidelines: “Store at least 1 gallon of water per person per day for 3 days for drinking and sanitation. Try to store a 2-week supply if possible. Consider storing more water than this for hot climates, pregnant women, and persons who are sick. Observe the expiration date for store-bought water.”

For ultra-convenience and the safety of staff and patients in hospitals, medical facilities and live-in care facilities, as well as school districts, universities, colleges, and boarding schools, there is the 50-year expiration date and no need to treat, check, or rotate emergency drinking water supplies.

A five-star customer review of Blue Can Water that is being stored and used by an elderly care facility in the U.S.

Blue Can Water Ready to Deliver by the Pallet to Hospitals, Facilities and Schools At James R Whelan Enterprises, LLC, we deliver Blue Can Water by the pallet, with each wrapped

Four images of Blue Can Emergency Water in a case of 24 cans, in a pallet of 100 cases, wrapping the pallets in plastic, and a blue semi-truck for emergency water deliveries

At James R Whelan Enterprises, LLC, we deliver Blue Can Water by the pallet, with each wrapped pallet holding 100 strong cases, which comes to a total of 2,400 individual 12-oz cans, to meet the emergency hydration needs of medical and care facilities, hospitals, universities, colleges and city school districts ready-to-use at any time. Each pallet, case, and can be safely stored for up to 50 years.

Contact us today to have Blue Can Emergency Water delivered to your hospital, care or medical facility, school district, or university.

The ONLY Storable Drinking Water with a Lab certified 50-Year Shelf Life

When your emergency planning team doesn’t have to buy, ship or rotate water every 6-12 months, that makes Blue Can the most cost-effective and labor reducing potable water available for long-term storage and use.

Profile photo of Jim Whelan in West Palm Beach, CEO and owner of Survival Water in a Can

Hi, I’m Jim Whelan, and my company, James R Whelan Enterprises, LLC, delivers a made-in-Americaproduct to provide long-lasting, great-tasting, emergency drinking water in 100% recyclable aluminum cans to federal and local government agencies across the U.S. Contact me today to arrange for the longest-lasting solution of 50-year clean drinking water storage. Click Here to view the Blue Can Limited Warranty.

Does Blue Can Emergency Water meet the FDA standard for purified drinking water?
Blue Can Water’s 50 year limited warranty seal.

Blue Can offers a 50-year shelf-life guarantee for its water products based on state-of-the-art manufacturing processes that meet or exceed standard FDA regulations and bottled water industry standards. FDA has established specific regulations for bottled water in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR) that you can read here.

Read our FDA lab analysis here...

Logos of more customers of Blue Can Water including the Virginia University Care Center and LaVerne University.

Blue Can Exceeds FDA Water Purity Standards to Reach a 50-year Shelf Life

No matter where people are trapped during an emergency caused by hurricanes floods, pandemics, tornadoes, winter storms, earthquakes, utility outages, or rescue operations, Blue Can purified water is there to save the health and lives when people in your medical facility or on your campus need it most.

How Does Blue Can Make Its Water Last for 50 Years?

Blue Can Water factory in Californing showing how each aluminum can is hermetically sealed under pressure.

By purifying, sterilizing and hermetically sealing Blue Can Water we have revolutionized storable water compared to any leading plastic-bottled water. Using our proprietary manufacturing process, we hermetically pressure seal our cans above and beyond FDA standards.

Blue Can has been purified to less than one part per million (ppm), is plastic-free, BPA-free, protected from UV light, sealed in impermeable aluminum cans that are pressurized for extra durability so pallets can be double-stacked. It is protected in fully-recyclable in durable, sustainable packaging, stays fresh in heat, and always delivers an outstanding fresh taste.

Logos of additional Blue Can Water customers including Kaiser Permanente.

Product Specifications for Ordering and Shipping Blue Can Water

  • Sold only by the pallet.
  • Standard Pallet: 100 Cases/2400 individual cans (24 12-oz cans/case)
  • Gallons per Pallet: 225 gallons (851.7 liters)
  • Pallet Dimensions: 48"L x 40"W x 69"H
  • Pallet Configuration: 9 cases per tier x 11 tiers + 1 case in middle chute
  • Pallet Weight: 2040 lbs. (925.18 Kg)
  • Storage Temperature: 33 degrees F to 150 degrees F (1C to 60C)
  • Water: Purified and commercially sterile drinking water - Reverse Osmosis and Ozonation/UV Light
  • 50-year shelf life  

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