Tampa Bay Informer - Environmental News

Collecting rain water from your gutters' downspouts is a no-brainer and is not expensive to do. It can then be used to water the lawn and garden, and even be used for laundry, dishes and other interior needs with the addition of a water purification system - Photo from RainXchangeFor most of us, the rain that falls on our roof runs off into the ground or the sewer system. But if you’re motivated to save a little water and re-distribute it on your lawns or plants—or even use it for laundry, dishes or other interior needs—collecting rainwater from your gutters’ downspouts is a no-brainer.

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