Captured rainwater generally contains pollutants in the air that it washes out of the atmosphere. This is what causes the phenomena of acid rain. It would be a good idea to purify the captured rainwater as it may contain these pollutants.
It is true that rain water will contain dirty stuff in it, so purification is a must. Have you ever noticed that after a rainstorm, the air seems clearer and less dirty? That’s because the rain water ‘rinse it out,’ so to speak. It’s kind of like drinking the water you just used to rinse off your dirty rims on your car. You’d be better off boiling that water until you see bubbles rising to the surface to disinfect it. No matter the source, you always want to make sure the water you drink is fresh and bacteria free.
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