Rain barrels

Rain barrels

Rain barrels promote water conservation by collecting rainwater from roofs for use in irrigation. They are often used in association with native plants and Xeriscape™ landscaping.
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It has arranged sales of rain barrels, conducted expositions on environment-conscious living, has "Green Drinks" casual presentations about environmental issues and other activities.
It also offers rain barrels at a discount and various incentives to property owners who use porous concrete.
Tenders are invited for supply and delivery of rain barrels, downspout flex arms and other deliverable.
When we built our home on our 40-acre farm seven years ago, I'd already planned on using rain barrels to collect rainwater running off the roof.
One of their additions to Tipping Points and Indicators is a tool to analyze the impacts of land use changes due to urbanization and the construction of green infrastructure, such as rain barrels, porous pavement, and green roofs.
Until the law was enacted, Colorado was the only state to generally ban the use of rain barrels.
Students also made personal home visits where they assessed the sanitation of outhouses, rain barrels commonly used for drinking water, and safety of wood burning stoves.
Make use of that extra rain that flows off your roof with recycled food-grade barrels that are being repurposed as rain barrels, rainbarrelsintl.
In my home state of Colorado, filters are the only option, as we have yet to legalize private rainwater collection--even rain barrels are illegal.
USA Gutter Pros is the premier contractor for gutter related services such as repairs, installations, cleaning and rain barrels.
Donna Wysokenski, environmental manager for the MOC, said the two-year plan for the project includes working with residents to increase their awareness of green solutions for water runoff at their homes, including creating permeable driveways and capturing water runoff from houses through plantings and rain barrels
Dengue-a disease initially manifested by a fever-is caused by the Aedes aegypti, a day-biting mosquito which lays eggs in clear and stagnant water found in flower vases, cans, rain barrels and old rubber tires.