What We Need to Live

Survival in the Aftermath of Disaster

Disaster strikes, leaving devastation in its wake.  The power's out.  Homes destroyed.  Bridges and roads are impassable.  No clean water.  Perishing food.

We expect help to come, but the bigger the disaster the less prepared anyone is to help.  It's a horror story, but it's real-life for many in recent tragedies.



Hurricane Katrina in 2005.  The European Heat Wave of 2006.  Hurricane Felix in 2007.  Cyclone Nargis in 2008.  The Black Saturday Bushfires in 2009.  The Haiti earthquake in 2010. The Tōhoku Tsunami in 2011.  The Rio de Janeiro Floods.  The Afghanistan Avalanches.  The Iberian Wildfires.  The Mocoa Landslide.

Hurricanes Irma and Maria left a path of destruction across the Caribbean, leaving over a million residents in Puerto Rico without electricity, many without shelter, first aid, and a clean water supply.

The rebuilding effort took far longer than expected, with citizens isolated inland without assistance.

In the aftermath, the research team at BioTriad Environmental, Inc. began looking for ways to minimize the effect of natural disasters. 

Enter the Life's Essentials Operation, with the long term goal to provide alternative power systems, first aid modules, temporary shelters, and water treatment systems.


Drinking Water

BioTriad has developed an advanced water treatment system that is engineered to provide clean, sterile drinking water in disaster recovery applications.

It is a three-phase water treatment system that utilizes particulate filtration, contaminant filtration, and disinfection.

Particulate filtration removes suspended solids, contaminant filtration targets chemicals like pesticides or herbicides, and disinfection eliminates bacteria, parasites, and viruses.


Stay tuned for the most current press releases and news posts on this extremely important project.  We will ad updates as we move forward.

Questions, Comments, or Ideas?

We welcome any questions, comments, or ideas that may help this project.  Call 888-658-7423, or click the 'Contact Us' button.