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Rainwater Harvesting

Extraction of fresh water is essential for survival in any terrain. But as in the jungle and the taiga and the steppe and mountain rains. Somewhere very often, but rarely somewhere, but go. Rainwater that neither is suitable for fresh drinking water. So when it starts to rain, we should not lose time in vain, and must try to collect as much rainwater. In this article we will discuss effective methods for collecting rainwater.

Water

Need to fill the jar, and if possible, and yet some capacity. Rain water is really clean, without any salts and impurities. Rainwater - is the moisture evaporated from the surface waters, and then condensed in the atmosphere and fell as rain back to the mortal earth. When the water evaporates, all the contaminants, bacteria and parasites remain in the atmosphere and leaves pure H2O. So, rain water - absolutely clean.

Rain flaw

In order to collect rain water to use as much as possible the surface. It is clear that the narrow neck of the jar or bottle is not enough. Need to gain at least a bucket. It is best to create something like a funnel, gutters, drainage of a large piece of cardboard, foil, iron, or burdock leaf palm. Take advantage of its large surface area, and it tends to drain into the neck of your jar or other container.

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