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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Dig Your Own Well! Always have Clean Water!

I could not sleep at all last night and finally at about 4 am I got up and watched some news. I have a Roku and I usually watch RT or NHK. I turned it to NHK this morning and right when they started this story about The Japanese being Well Prepared. It was a very interesting story and showed how they are adding wells to apartments so that they will have clean water. That the one thing that they had none of after the Earthquake was clean water. In the story is one about a man who made his own well for his house with only about $40.00 worth of items. You can also find tons of information online to do this. It does not have to cost a lot of money I am finding out and it does not take too long to do it either.

Some Links:

Drill Your Own Well

Drill A Well In Your Backyard

Waterhole: How to Dig Your Own Well

The Home Water Supply: How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve It

Water Storage: Tanks, Cisterns, Aquifers, and Ponds for Domestic Supply, Fire and Emergency Use--Includes How to Make Ferrocement Water Tanks




If you get all of the information and tools it should not be too hard to dig your own well. Great way to insure that your family will have clean water in any emergency.
















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