Q. Can that water you're stockpiling in case of emergency go bad?
OK, we get it: You're a responsible citizen of earthquake territory.
You've stockpiled a gallon of water per person per day in case of the big one.
But then you notice there are expiration dates on those jugs you stashed in your basement.
And you open a jug you yourself filled a few years ago and ... yuck.
In this episode of SoundQs, we ask Matt Auflick from the Seattle Office of Emergency Management about the real rules around safely storing water, including those of the DIY variety.
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