what goes in may be slightly soiled the outlet however can deliver purer water because the sediment remains
the other day after it rained very heavily I filled up the tank this was a bad time the water was particularly silty
just because there is a lot of water rushing at you doesn't mean you have to take it on board
I could have waited until the water levels subsided and were back to a normal pace but because there was such a quantity coming down the river I thought it must have been good
so then the tank was filled with dirty water with more than the usual sediment which settles muddy
when the washing came out it was gritty there was nothing really clean about that water despite the beautiful fresh rain that fell
too much volume brought too little quality
so I had to replace the water in the tank easier to say than to do each new litre of clean merely mixed with old sedimentary water like clay cordial
so this called for special treatment obviously we could not continue with that poor quality water
I emptied the tank as much as possible except there is always a section below the outlet designed to actually catch sediment well I tell you ,this time it really caught a sediment thick all the water above the outlet had been let out as unusable but what was left was far worse
but by applying smaller quantities of perfectly clear water into the tank and at the same time having the bottom outlet open and pouring its murk onto the ground eventually the water became clearer and clearer until it was as clear as the water going in at the top
never again shall I take in such a valuable resource just because it was rushing at me abundantly
it should be accepted only according to my need and it should be pure!
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It isn't too uncommon for exceptionally large accumulations (or rapid flows) of resources to have a major downside.
Just like rapifly-flowing water stirs up a lot of silt (and washes manure etc. into waterways), big spenders tend to attract grifters and parasites, granaries attract vermin...
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