Survivalist Forum banner
  • Are you passionate about survivalism? Would you like to write about topics that interest you and get paid for it? Read all about it here!
water and urban survival
1-7 of 7 Results
  1. Food and water
    I ran across this information and found it worth sharing. The links on the page are also worth exploring. http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/water/drinking-water/cisterns-and-springs/rainwater-cisterns-design-construction-and-water-treatment Main cistern and springs page...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    There was a thread posted a couple of days ago about eating rotten food and the immunity that it could help develop if you ever HAD to eat rotten food. This got me to thinking about drinking bad water. Would the same methodology work here? If I randomly drink water from streams, lakes...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hi Yall I was wondering if it would be a good idea to bury a 55 gal drum to store water. I am concerned that the weight of the soil ( maybe 4 inches) might collapse the drum along with some one walking over it?? If someone has an idea that is better I would...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I had a thought on how to build a solar water heating unit that would keep water warm at least over night, if not for days. I'm thinking that if you ran copper tubing through a box that was filled with sand, with the box obviously oriented to capture as much solar heat as possible, and with a...
  5. Vendor Deals
    Crisis Preparedness Handbook by Jack Spigarelli http://directive21.com/crisispreparedness.html A Comprehensive Guide to Home Storage and Physical Survival By: Jack Spigarelli Price: $19.99 w/ Free Shipping Book Outlines Crisis Preparedness and More: * Design a basic food-storage plan for...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Water is a huge hole in our preps. The other day, I tried filling our tub, and within 20 minutes, the tub had drained itself even with teh stopper down. I priced the waterbobs, (and other versions), but that is expensive! I was wondering, what do you think of just using some heavy plastic...
  7. Urban Survival
    Water, water everywhere and nar a drop to drink - is a classic statement from the rhyme of the ancient mariner. But in the case of urban survival, there is no water and there is nothing to drink. Most urbanites depend on water supplied by the city - through the cities water system. However...
1-7 of 7 Results
Top