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The Most Valuable Resource after Disaster: Emergency Water Storage for Power Outages

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In this video I go over the basics of water storage, filtration, purification and procurement. This is a fairly comprehensive overview of considerations for managing water in a grid down/ emergency/ power outage situation.

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8 thoughts on “The Most Valuable Resource after Disaster: Emergency Water Storage for Power Outages

  1. My current weak spot. I have space for several rain gutter fed barrels. I was also thinking of a hot tub. They aren’t difficult to cover. People seem to always have them for cheap and sometimes even free.

  2. I ran out of water during an army exercise once and did not have immediate access to water or any drinkable substance for half a day. The feeling of thirst and no way of quenching it is one of the worst things I’ve experienced so far. Sure learned my lesson…

  3. I bought a manual well pump to install in my well and I did all the work myself over the course of a single day. Someone with experience could install this in a few hours. I can easily pump 5 gallons in about 5 minutes or less and I never have to go further than 100 feet from my house in order to do it. Highly recommended if you are on a well and septic system like me.

  4. Its such a blan prep thats looked over….such a great vid to bring out the need to just do it. Well done CP

    1. +Brent Winfield I agree I have overlooked it for a long time and just took for granted the idea I live in the land of a million lakes, but I dont plan on backpacking 20 gallon drums for day hikes!

  5. I have a 450 foot deep hole in the ground on my 30 acres in desolate central Texas that has a water column from 450 to 175 feet below the surface. Long string and a dipper cup; problem solved. There is also a second deep well on my property. I own 130 300 watt solar panels along with 3 different types of inverters , with new unused back-ups: 12, 24, 48 volts DC and120, 240 volts AC. I live a poor life but, am ahead of those rich city slickers .

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