Wanted large 250 gallon plus water storage containers

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  1. ernurse

    ernurse
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    Hey all, does anyone know of anyplace in Oregon or southwest Washington that sells new large capacity water storage containers. looking for something 250 gallons or more. Thanks in advance for any helpo_O.
     
  2. WashCoDad

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    1. Farm stores are your friend.
     
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  3. mrblond

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    costco had 2 275 gallon tanks for like 1100 bones. it was on the website and not in store.
     
  4. Doc In UPlace

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    That Costco price is very good, if the quality is up to par.
     
  5. mrblond

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  6. 7SFCW4

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    Check Onion Blivet on Ebay, you will be amazed. 1 Gallon per person and animal \ day
     
  7. orygun

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    Saw some large ones at Coastal yesterday.
     
  8. ZA_Survivalist

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    In Cornelius/ Forest Grove there is a new place
    (cant remember the name) that sells BIG drums that would definitely fit your requirements. Its just past coastal but before Wally World.
     
  9. oknow

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    you might check out wilco.
     
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  10. razormanxx

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    Coastal farm and ranch, they have crazy sizes if you need. I found multiple 60 gallon barrels are cheaper and more convenient. Mainly if you don't have a big truck, you can just grab 2 at a time. Good for rain water catchers. I link 2 per downspout, so I have 6, it's a start 360 gallons.
     
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  11. ernurse

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    thanks everyone for all the pointers you all rock!;)
     
  12. mrblond

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    I know i will be getting two of those 275 gallon tanks later on in the year. that would give me 600 gallons of water and I hope thats enough.
     

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