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Rain Harvesting Systems: Everything you need to know about water harvesting, rainwater collection, system installations and rain barrels. Harvest rainwater now! In simple terms, “rain harvesting” means collecting rainwater. A popular and easy way to catch rain is by filtering the water through the gutters on your roof. Once the water travels through the gutter, it is directed into a holding...
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Go green with our sustainability resource guide, business directory and local events calendar to build a more sustainable Jacksonville and NE Florida. I have a relative who worked as a massage therapist in a very small country town in rural Pennsylvania in which she was literally the sole practitioner in the entire area. While this may seem an enviable position, it posed a unique challenge: Can...
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We are western Canada's largest water gardens store. Parts for backyard water features, pond, waterfall designs, rain water harvesting in Vancouver,BC. We are Canada’s largest water garden centre. Among the original pioneers for water gardens and water features. Waterscene is proud to represent...
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Turf grass is one of the most water intensive plant types in your landscape. It’s high water uses and frequent maintenance make it a time consuming and expensive landscape option. By replacing turf with a California Friendly landscape, you could save money on your water bill, reduce landscape...
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Your car may not need an oil change as often as you think. CalRecycle’s new motor oil campaign, Check Your Number, urges Californians to check the recommended oil change interval for their car in their owner’s manual. They’ll likely save time and money in service costs while helping to preserve...
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The thin profile of Camel Water Tanks is perfect for architects and other designers who wish to incorporate rainwater collection into their designs and capitalize on the heat exchange benefits that they can provide. Used correctly, thermal mass helps keep your home warmer when it’s cold, cooler when it’s hot and save energy. Camel Water tanks are made with the latest technology to provide extra...
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Timberline Pole Buildings LLC is a family owned and operated business that has been building custom, quality pole buildings for more than 45 years. We look forward to erecting the building of your dreams... More about Timberline. 80’x160’x16′ indoor horse riding arena 50’x50’x16′ riding pavilion Check out Team Barlow for your all your riding needs including horse training, riding lessons,...
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What is Rainwater Collection? Why is it better than well water? Better Quality, No Hardness, Supports Water Conservation Efforts, Better for plants. From a very simplified approach, rainfall is gathered from a collection area (generally a roof) into a storage unit and used for a nonpotable or potable purpose. Rainwater collection systems range from simple barrels catching rain under a dripping...
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Turf grass is one of the most water intensive plant types in your landscape. It’s high water uses and frequent maintenance make it a time consuming and expensive landscape option. By replacing turf with a California Friendly landscape, you could save money on your water bill, reduce landscape maintenance costs and show that you care about conserving water. The Metropolitan Water District of...
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Local supplier of quality, affordable rain barrels in the Seattle area. Conserve household water and save on your water bill. Use a natural resource abundant in Seattle--rainwater Rainwater can be harvested and stored in rain barrels and used for a variety of non-potable needs. Seattle Rain Barrels offers the average household an affordable easy option for rainwater harvesting. Christian...
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Collecting rainwater for use during dry months in rain barrels or other depositories is an ancient and traditional practice. Historical records show that rainwater was collected in simple clay containers as far back as 2,000 years ago in Thailand, and throughout other areas of the world after that. With the rising price of municipal water and drought restrictions now facing much of the United...
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