Non-Cement Drinking Water ? Drinking Water chapter from Farmers' Handbook

It is so important to have clean drinking water for a healthy life. Because of modern development and population increase, forest is decreasing and water springs are drying up. Problems have been seen of cement-made drinking water tanks causing the springs below to dry up. Also, if the cement cracks, all the water in the tank leaks away, and this is too expensive to fix. So as an alternative to this, we describe in this chapter a way to build drinking water systems without using cement.

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