The Home Water Supply: How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve It by Stu CampbellThe Home Water Supply: How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve It by Stu Campbell

The Home Water Supply: How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve It

byStu Campbell

Paperback | January 10, 1983

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If you manage your own water supply, you’ve likely had, are having, or will have water problems. Whether it’s an issue of access, contamination, or taste, Stu Campbell has a clever solution, often enlivened by a charming anecdote. Campbell offers techniques for locating water on your property, as well as how to purify, store, and distribute it throughout your home. With an approachable style, expert advice, and money-saving strategies, The Home Water Supply has all of your water issues covered.
The late Stu Campbell lived and gardened in Stowe, Vermont. He was the author of Let It Rot!, a guide to home composting with over 340,000 copies in print; Mulch It!; and The Home Water Supply.
Title:The Home Water Supply: How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve ItFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:240 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.63 inShipping dimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.63 inPublished:January 10, 1983Publisher:Storey Publishing, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0882663240

ISBN - 13:9780882663241


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Water.....our growing concern Events like the recent water contamination disaster in Walkerton,Ontario,have raised the consciousness of Canadians everywhere to take a second look at what they drink,where it comes from, & how it gets there.Not just rural families will benefit from studying this 236-page work . The city dweller too will find especially the last 60% of the book to be an eyeopener to water treatment,distribution,protection,conservation,and control.This shud be required reading for anyone in an administrative or citizens' advisory capacity in municipal or regional government .
Date published: 2000-07-20

Table of Contents

Author's Note

1. You, Me and Water

2. Finding Water

3. Getting Water

4. Moving Water

5. Holding Water

6. Treating Water

7. Distributing Water

8. Controlling Water

9. Protecting and Conserving Water

10. Water's Future




From Our Editors

If you have a home or cottage in the country, then chances are you already know how important it is to have and maintain a steady supply of palatable water. The Home Water Supply is the ultimate guide to locating and taking advantage of underground water reserves on your property, and it gives you expert advice on such common problems as bad-tasting water, contamination and pump stoppage. Better still, Stu Campbell writes in clear layman's terms, telling you when and how to fix a problem, and when to call a plumber.