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  1. Food and water
    I am seriously considering storing larger quantities of water now. I am looking at two options: (1) The 3,000 Gallon white plastic tank at Tractor Supply, which would be stored in a shop garage with no climate control, but out of the sunlight, and out of sight. (2) Several "Doorway Tanks" of...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a source of the 250 gallon water totes/tanks that previously held agave syrup. Any idea how to clean them out, and if they can be used to store drinking water?
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Water storage is potentially dangerous due to chemical leaching! We're all survivalists here. We have supplies waiting to be used when SHTF, or any disaster scenario in general. Well, I just found out that bottled water, whether glass or plastic, is BAD. This runs afoul with my plan to store...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    They were given to me and I have no idea what to do with them. They hold 3000 gallons of potable water and are cool as heck! Any ideas? They would be tough to fill one bucket at a time!
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The most common materials used for above ground water tanks are 1. Poly/plastic 2. steel 3. concrete Poly tanks - these are light weight, easier for transportation and, moving into place on foundation pads. They generally have a longer life than steel tanks, usually UV stabalised. However...
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