Case Study:

Rain Barrels: Preventing Water Pollution Starts at Home

Everyone's heard terms like rainwater recycling, rain gardens, and rain barrels lately, but chances are pretty good that most of us don't know what they mean--and if we do, most of us average folks probably think they're far too complicated for us and best left to the hard core Greenies that live down the road.

Not so fast: Rain Barrels are easy to install, provide free water for non-drinking use--and best of all, MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE TO OUR LOCAL RIVERS AND STREAMS!

 Check it out--and do your part to keep pollution out of your local waterways. Going Green starts with one little step...

 

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This excerpt talks about rain barrels as a cheap and simple way to capture roof runoff -- and protect local waterways.

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