Rainwater Harvesting System – FREE OFFER

Sign Up Now to Qualify for a Free Rainwater Harvesting System…
You may qualify for a free rainwater harvesting system installation that can save you money on your water expenses, help conserve water, and reduce urban runoff that pollutes the ocean.

With a rainwater harvesting system, you can capture rainwater on your property that can be saved and used for outdoor plant irrigation. This will save you money on your water bill, reduce water waste at a time when we are experiencing a severe water shortage, and reduce urban water runoff that brings debris and chemicals into the storm drain system and pollutes the ocean.

Under this program, the installation and equipment for a rainwater harvesting system, which cost up to $250, are offered for free to L.A. residents.
The pilot program is now available in West Los Angeles, but it will soon become available citywide on a first-come first-served basis, so sign up now at www.LArainwaterharvesting.org.

NOTE: First preference is going to be given to those residents and businesses that live in the pilot program’s 3 neighborhoods of Jefferson, Sawtelle and Mar Vista, but ALL properties located in the Ballona Creek Watershed are encouraged to apply as the program will soon begin accommodating some of those outside the pilot areas listed on a first come first served basis.

For more information on the program or if you have questions please contact Codi Harris at (562) 597-0205

Text by Deni Mosser

2 responses to this post.

  1. Hi how big is the rainwater harvesting system? It sounds huge if it can capture enough water to water your garden.

    Reply

  2. Only one barrel was delivered to me 2 weeks ago, and installed.

    Reply

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