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What's a good place to find cheaper drums? I wanna store rain water and use it for irrigation.
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What's a good place to find cheaper drums? I wanna store rain water and use it for irrigation.
Same. Interested in storing rain water.
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What's a good place to find cheaper drums? I wanna store rain water and use it for irrigation.
Check if you have a local County Co-op/Farm supply place. Mine has plastic and metal 55's for around $15-$20 each.
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What's a good place to find cheaper drums? I wanna store rain water and use it for irrigation.
Check Craigslist for water tank. For example in Atlanta you can get a 55 gal blue barrel for $10 or a 275 gal white container "Non food grade" with metal crate for $50. They are serious when stated that it is Non food grade - we got a 275 gal one (for indoor leak testing purpose) and it was once used to hold evergreen oil, similar to the smell at the Christmas tree selection area in Home Depot during Christmas, but 1000x more intense. No kidding, it gave me a headache for 3 months LMAO
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Check Craigslist for water tank. For example in Atlanta you can get a 55 gal blue barrel for $10 or a 275 gal white container "Non food grade" with metal crate for $50. They are serious when stated that it is Non food grade - we got a 275 gal one (for indoor leak testing purpose) and it was once used to hold evergreen oil, similar to the smell at the Christmas tree selection area in Home Depot during Christmas, but 1000x more intense. No kidding, it gave me a headache for 3 months https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima.../emot-LMAO.gif
Agreed, the 250-275 square tanks are the way to go for sure.
We have a bunch of them for various uses (back of a truck to water down the road, store water, cut in half to make a planter bed, etc).​
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Every household already comes with a 55 gallon drum of water for emergencies.

It's called your hot water heater.
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Every household already comes with a 55 gallon drum of water for emergencies.

It's called your hot water heater.
Why are you heating your hot water? Also I do not have a water heater in my house.
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