Before Disaster Strikes: What to Do Now about Emergency Sanitation at Home. [A Family Handbook] Rev
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1957 - Civil defense - 21 pages
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7-day supply absorbent material baby Biological Warfare boil bottle openers bottled chlorine civil defense authorities civil defense officials clean cloudy water CONELRAD cooking and eating covered pail disinfectant disposable diapers DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE dispose of human dosage drinking purposes eating utensils EMERGENCY SANITATION EMERGENCY SOURCES enemy attack extra supply faucet fire fighting flush toilets food supplies frozen foods fruits and vegetables gas or elec grocery bags hand for emergency handy heat Heat-treating hot water human wastes Ice cubes iodine milk newspapers official instructions packaged foods paper pipes pocket knife pots and pans Powdered privy proper purify water radioactive dust radioactive fallout refrigerator rodents rubber sheeting rubbish rumors SAFE FOOD safety sanitary napkins SEWAGE shut soap and water soil bags SOURCES OF LIQUIDS special diets STORE DRINKING WATER sure tank taste or smell thorities tight-fitting tightly toilet tissue trench fire warden WATER PURIFICATION water service valve