Taking steps to conserve water not only helps your own supply, it can also save you money that is literally going down the drain.
There’s more to emergency water storage than filling up jugs and putting them in the basement. Here’s what you need to know.
A swimming pool is like a personal reservoir in your backyard. But is the water safe to drink in an emergency? Here are a few things you should know.
In this video, NightHawkInLight explains how to make a DIY saltwater survival bottle. This portable desalination kit converts saltwater to freshwater. #urbansurvivalsite #diy #water #survival #saltwater
Collecting rainwater for drinking purposes may seem simple enough, but there are many ways it can go wrong – some of which can actually be quite dangerous. #urbansurvivalsite #rainwater #rainwatercollection #survivalwater #rainwatercollectionsystem
Other than oxygen and shelter, water is the most important necessity for survival. That’s why we need to learn many ways to purify water. #urbansurvivalsite #purifying #waterpurification #survivalwater #emergency
If you’ve ever thought about stocking up on enough water to lost a long time–not just a few weeks, but months or even years–this video by City Prepping tells you how to do it.
If you live near the beach, make sure you know how to turn salt water into drinking water using the distillation method. Here’s how to do it.
Where can you find water during an urban disaster? In this video, The Green Prepper answers that question. Here are his suggestions.
Harvesting rainwater is an ability any long-term prepper should have. However, there are more considerations than you might expect.