Are you a water hero?

Suburb
Age:
  • 18-29
  • 30-39
  • 40-49
  • 50-59
  • 60-69
  • 70 and over
  • Prefer not to say
How many people live in your household?
In the event of an earthquake, the pipes that bring safe drinking water to your home may be damaged. Do you have any water stored in case of an emergency?
How many litres (approx.) do you have stored?
  • 1-5L
  • 6-10L
  • 11-20L
  • 21-30L
  • 31-50L
  • 100L-200L
  • 200L-300L+

Following a major earthquake, the first thing people rely on is themselves and their families - so storing water is a must for every household.

We recommend you store 20 litres of water per person, per day, for at least seven days.

Print Water storage Checklist
*These estimates are based on the Sphere international standards. They are guidelines - your individual water use may vary.
Following an earthquake, what do you plan to use your stored water for?
*These estimates are based on the Sphere international standards. They are guidelines - your individual water use may vary.
In the event of an earthquake damaging wastewater pipes, you won’t be able to use your toilet. Do you have a plan for the disposal of your ones and twos?
What's your plan for your ones and twos?




Some options for the safe disposal of your ones and twos include:



Print checklist for safe disposal of ones and twos
Water Hero Checklist
Ensure you have a wide range of water storage options:



What to do





Have a plan for your ones and twos:



Print water hero checklist

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