Household rain-barrel law takes effect Wednesday
August 8, 2016
Years of acrimony over Colorado's rooftop raindrops officially end Wednesday as a new law takes effect making it crystal clear that household rain barrels are legal.
Coloradans can store up to a total of 110 gallons of rainwater to use on their lawns and gardens in one or two rain barrels.
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