Compared with fast and fascinating weather disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes, drought doesn’t get much attention. It’s a quieter disaster—one that creeps in so inconspicuously that it’s not always clear that it has arrived. Despite the fact that it is less obvious than other disasters, its pervasiveness and persistence make it every bit as deadly.
Most regions experience drought at least occasionally. Depending upon how severe the conditions get and how long they last, drought can devastate crops and forests as well as businesses. When drought occurs, water supplies for agriculture, industry, and personal use decrease, and people in the affected areas need to find ways to cope with the shortage or leave the area.
Water can be stored in water tanks for agricultural, industrial or domestic use. The range of water tanks available these days should meet every requirement.