Numerous studies have agreed that the average adult should consumer roughly 2 litres of water per day besides the water consumed from eating. As men and women have different eating habits; their total recommended daily consumption differs somewhat. With males having on average a greater appetite; this equates to roughly 3.7 litres of water for men and 2.7 litres of water for women.
On an average, an adult would need 2.5 litres of drinking water per day. So, if you have a family of four, your daily consumption of drinking water would account to 10 litres or a little more than that. So, if you are planning to store water for three days it would amount to approximately 30 litres of water, purely for drinking purposes.
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Water has been used in the manufacturing of many products, mainly for consumption, but have you ever thought about what other items actually need water for their manufacturing as well as production, after some research, the outcome is highly interesting!