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June 6, 2008

Recycle the Rain - Rain Catcher Saves on Water Bills

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It's a good idea with the rainy season coming to an end, to catch as much water as you can before it all goes away. And, when it does rain over the Summer months, to catch the rain and recycle it for your garden or yard saving you money.

This rain catcher features removable debris screen, and a built-in 4 foot hose with thumb valve stores neatly in slot at top of the barrel. The rain catcher is made of durable, UV-stable polyethylene, and you can link two or more together in seconds. A foolproof linking kit is included with every barrel, so you can add capacity as your garden expands.

At Achla RB-03 Rain Catcher, Wood Grain Design with 50 Gallon Capacity

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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 6, 2008 8:57 AM

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