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Topic - What Plans Have You Made for Water
Posted: June 11 2006 at 5:43am By brianages

I was asked for this information on the other site so I thought I would add it here in case someone is seeking these items.

This is where I purchased the bladders and Berkey. You might be able to find a better deal but this was the best I could find at the time.
 
This type of storage is easy, maintenance free (until filled), and no shelf life.
 
Water Bladders (several sizes and choices)
 
 
In the event I need to use the bladders (fill them) we plan on using the garage slab. They are like a food grade water bed and when full have the same weight factor. Plan the placement on a very solid and structural load bearing floor, ground, or concrete slab. 
 
I prefer the items that take little shelf space and can be thrown onto a shelf and forgotten until needed.