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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Kind of new to the survivalist group. I was in my local camping store and they had some of those water storage containers that come in 5, 20, 30, and 50 gallon sizes (blue). They also had some 2.5 gallon ones made by Reliance but those leaked on my when I took them camping. My question, since...
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hello. I've been thinking about this for some time and am about ready to pull the trigger. I'd greatly appreciate the comments of anyone who's tried anything similar. My principal water backup is a hand pump on my well (old house, wellhead is in basement). I have the tools and the pump...
  3. Urban Survival
    This is much like the list of power sources. If you have a source of water you would like to add to this, please do. I ask respondents to please post existing sources of water and not sources of water that will have to be installed. The idea for this list is to provide a list of sources of water...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    On a thread I read a suggestion to store water in clear 2 liter soda bottles which I decided to go with. My question for everyone here is what do you do, if anything, before you store your water? Does anyone treat your water and how? Thanks. I picked up some of the sturdy plastic 2 liter...
  5. Urban Survival
    My family has: 100 gallon water heater (2) 5 gallon "jerry cans" (2) 55 gallon barrels 425 Gallon spa Now thats a grand total of 645 gallons of water. I was wondering if the spa was safe to drink. It has a filter (which dosent work if the power is of :o ) ) and uses Bromine instead of Chlorine...
  6. Urban Survival
    FYI http://www.i4at.org/surv/bleach.htm Emergency Water Purification The following is the text from a full page ad by Clorox . -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boiling Is Best Short of using a very high-quality water filter, this is the...
  7. Urban Survival
    One of the WEAKEST areas of our culture is our water. We can live with out electricity, but we can NOT live without water. My idea, if we have advanced warning that an event might be close at hand, get a couple of these blow up swimming pools. The one in the pictures below holds about 350 -...
  8. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Survival
    Good Evening: I also went to my pool supply store to obtain calcium hypochlorite. They had Poolife brand "TurboShock." It was $14.85 for 5 pounds. Active ingredient:calcium hypochlorite 78% and other ingredients 22%. No one was aware of the substance of the other ingredient. I called the...
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