We particularly thank community members Uncle Bob Anderson, Auntie Joanie Moreton, Uncle Cliff Campbell, Auntie Thelma Campbell, Auntie Shirley Moreton, Uncle Keith Borey, Auntie Eileen O'Laughlin, Uncle Denis Moreton, Brian Coghill, Denise Coghill, Mark Jones, Warren (Nikko) Nixon, Troy Coolwell, Aaron McIvor, Mandy Blivet
, Suzanne Blivet
, Grant N Martin, Grant W Martin, Leigh Myers, Josh Perry, Alan Perry, John Tapp, Lee Tippo and Dale Ruska.
(1) For a full 3,000-gallon water blivet, 6 to 7 gallons of 0.5 percent bleach solution was added.
Any available space was taken up by decontamination equipment, water blivets, and bottles of soap and bleach mixtures.
So with a borrowed wrench and improvised M17 hose adapters, water was pumped into blivets. Since the water was clearly nonpotable, it was treated with a 0.5 percent bleach solution, heated to 120 degrees in the M17, and pumped through shower heads for personnel decontamination operations.
* Don't let the wand waste water when you operate with a blivet
. Hang the wand on the side of the blivet
so the water goes right back in the blivet
when you're not deconning.
If a unit is forced to decontaminate in the cold, use an additional decontamination apparatus at each water blivet
simply to heat your water source.