yup nothing but forrest, nearest power or cable is 7k or better.
Clean water from rain/stream? , Durring the summer so much dust even the rain water needs to be filtered mechanically at the least the most effective method is to capture the surface run off when it rains hence the complex treatment system.
Power requirements need to be tallied up as of yet, I am still designing the system, The UV+Valve use about 2 to 3 amps max, Ozone may use 1 to 3 amps as well, may need a delivery pump for post process delivery if so that will use 5 amps for less then a minute.
The barrels fill up in about ten minutes with direct filling but should be about 1 hour with every thing in place for treatment.
I'll be using an 8awg feed line, and sizing the fuse for 15 to 20A, How ever the whole system isn't running 24/7, only the ozone will run continuous. The UV only runs while the barrels are filled then it is locked off till the barrels are totally emptied, the demand pump is only for filling the tank on the trailer with no restriction so it would be using very little power for a minute at the most.
Basically the barrels are to capture the most amount of water when ever the opportunity is presented, then that treated water filled up a 10g (38L) tank that is in my trailer.
The trailer system goes like this: 10g (38L) holding tank > Pressure pump to 60psi > 4g expansion tank > High pressure drop carbon ice filter > Tap for consumption....
So the water tastes amazing at the final point of use, the shower water is not treated, only filtered for sediment and is kept isolated from the tap water system
updated pics to follow on the treatment system.
The UV bulb and sleeve is from a dead system, just posted them so those not familiar could see what they look like, A Mercury bulb & a fused quarts sleeve