How To Make A DIY Rain Barrel Array… – Eco Snippets

How To Make A DIY Rain Barrel Array…

How To Make A DIY Rain Barrel Array...

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Save rainwater and join any number of barrels together in an array to collect rain water for your garden or any other purpose you can think of. Rainwater harvesting saves you money by not paying high water bills. It’s free!

I also explain what a “first flush” is and how they work. I then show you how to make your own first flush for the rain barrel assembly. Each of these rain barrels hold 220L or 45 gallons.

Rain water harvesting is extremely satisfying since you ‘re saving money, being creative and you’re helping the environment. Check it out below…

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Haha! Illegal in Oregon.

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    Nope, it’s not. Oregon water law specifically states that you can collect rainwater over hardscape areas and roof surface on your property to collect in barrel or cistern systems. Everyone THINKS it’s illegal because of a guy who diverted streams on his property to appropriate over 40 acre feet of water that was actually allocated under water rights permits that he had zero rights to. He built ponds and lakes on his property using diverted water.

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Simon Mann …your next project? xx

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