Can rainwater be made safe to drink? Yes. How safe? As safe as your well or tap
water. How do you make it safe for indoor use? By filtering and purifying it.
Nov 13, 2013 ... Collecting and using rain water can be a great way to conserve resources at
home and in a survival situation it may well be your only choice for ...
Jul 11, 2013 ... One of the simplest ways to ensure you have enough water in a survival ... We
found an old method our grandparents used to filter rainwater. ... for laundry and “
often more wholesome for drinking purposes than hard water. ... out in it with my
2-gallon watering can, running and sloshing the water like a crazy ...
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Dec 3, 2008 ... A good rainwater harvesting system provides clean potable water to families at
the ... LOL at portable water being safe to drink.. would you consider bottled water
... rainwater can be considered safe potable drinking water.
The biggest issue in collecting rainwater is keeping it free of muck such as ... tap
water You can drink that stuff...!!? The house is less than 2 kilometres from ...
Nov 5, 2009 ... Expanded use of rainwater for many household purposes can be considered and
in current times of drought, we want to encourage people to ...
Rainwater is considered to be close to distilled water as it is evaporated,
condensed ... There is no way that any rainwater that you can drink except from
"Air-borne pollutants from hundreds of miles away can spread quite rapidly. ... If
you do drink rain water for more than a few weeks, I recommend replenishing ...
But whatever your application, rest assured that you'll be getting some of the
purest ... Rainwater can be used for potable water (drinking, cooking, bathing) or