Recueillir la pluie, à l’aide d’un réservoir hors-sol ou d’une cuve enterrée, permet de disposer d’une eau gratuite en toutes saisons. Destinés au jardin ou raccordés à l’alimentation de la maison, ces dispositifs sont relativement simples à monter.
So I know one of the most important necessities in a disaster scenario is water. I also know that you need a place to collect/store your water like a big water barrel. But how do you get that water out without spilling any? Then I found this Water Barrel Pump - http://www.disastersurvivalskills.com/water-barrel-pump
What's great about this rain cistern is that it fits right onto your rain gutter to collect runoff during a storm. Unlike many other rain collecting devices, it really won't take up much space in your yard at all. The watering can easily pops out and can use the spout at the bottom of the cistern to refill. Dimensions: Integrated 5 liter can; 75 liter reservoir. Fill during rainfall with excess falling down through drainpipe.
Looking at the man sculpted side of the Rock of #Gibraltar if memory serves me correctly this slope used to be part of a rain water collection system which stored the water in an underground reservoir. I took this #photo 16 years ago whilst on a day trip to Gibraltar from #Malaga. #geology #engineering #architecture #travel #tourism #tourist #IgersGibraltar #leisure #life #adventure #explore #seetheworld