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Your Untapped Emergency Water Supply
Commentary: One of the first articles that I wrote for AbsoluteRights.com it shows how to get 40 gallons of water or more out of a little known source that is already in your home.
The water supply system relies heavily on the power grid. No power = No water. Any major disaster could instantly cut off your source of clean drinking water.
Three days without drinking water and you could quickly be on your way out of a survival situation…and not in a good way.
If you don’t already have a supply of emergency drinking water, you may have to become creative in order to find clean water. The average size of a residential water heater is 40 gallons…and that is 40 gallons of water that can be used in an emergency and is quite often completely forgotten about.In order to get the drinking water there are a few simple steps you need to follow:
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