Tag:emergency=water_tank

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Public-images-osm logo.svg emergency = water_tank
Fire-fighting-facility node-248859531.jpg
Description
A large water basin or tank for a fire department to take water. Edit or translate this description.
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Status: de facto

Description

A large water basin or tank for a fire department to take water. It is designed to get fast access to water for extinguishing fires whenever the water pipes are not adequate and no natural water is close by.

Possible Rendering

Emergency water tank.svg suggested by User:Chrisana13

Tagging

emergency=water_tank
+ water_tank:volume=liter (liter)
+ man_made=reservoir_covered

OR

emergency=water_tank
+ man_made=storage_tank
+ content=water

Some users have proposed using cubic meters instead of liters as the standard unit of volume. See the discussion page: Talk:Tag:emergency=water_tank.

Also add a general tag for the reservoir or storage tank as appropriate: