Stand Alone Rainwater Harvesting System
FREE Rain Barrels!
by RainSaucers Inc. on March 4th, 2015

The are several reasons why we don't sell 55 gallon drums with our product. They are:
  • too expensive to ship
  • easily available locally via Craigslist
  • inexpensive and sometimes even FREE.
This last point is the most important. Each year the list of cities in the United States offering FREE (or highly subsidized) rain barrels keeps growing. But what's lacking is an organized list that keeps track of these programs. So we figured we might as well be the ones to do this since our customers can benefit greatly.

Below is just a starting point. We are counting on our community to keep the list growing by sending us news on any programs (please use the comments section below, we will not post your email address or comments, just use the info to add to the list ).

Tucson, AZ
Los Angeles, CA
Oakland, CA
San Francisco, CA
Santa Monica, CA
Tampa, FL
Chicago, IL
Elkheart County, IN
Wichita, KS
Baltimore, MD
Flemington, NJ
Somerville, Bridgewater, and Raritan, NJ
Albuquerque, NM
Syracuse, NY
Cleveland, OH
Philadelphia, PA
College Station, TX
San Marco, TX
La Crosse, WI


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2 Comments

pam mccarroll - March 4th, 2015 at 7:54 PM
wish there were some available for tamaqua pa
RainSaucers - March 5th, 2015 at 10:31 AM
Me too, I wish more places did this. If your location doesn't have a program, the next best thing is Craigslist where the going rate on used drums is $20:
http://www.rainsaucers.com/blog/2013/04/16/where-can-i-find-those-blue-drums-and-other-food-grade-containers
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