In this day and age of water shortages, and certain cities allowing home owners an allotment of only ten minutes an evening to water lawns, it is – especially common in the West Coast – important to recycle the water that comes from the sky.
For centuries drought ridden areas, and even those areas that are not so parched, have been collecting rain water. It can be caught in plastic drums, barrels, clean tarps …. You name it! But what exactly are the collectors doing with the rain water once it’s captured?
Today we'll give you some ideas what you can do with your obtained rain water, a sort of recycling 101 course, and you may just grin and say to yourself: “Why didn’t I think of that?” while reading!
Head over to the next page to see 5 Ways You Can Recycle Rain Water!