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  • ThermoQuick® 110 Compost Bin
    ThermoQuick® 110 Compost Bin
    Item #: 664039 |Model #: WB110
    $ 70 98
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  • AQ77 AeroQuick Compost Bin
    AQ77 AeroQuick Compost Bin
    Item #: 125454 |Model #: AQ77
    $ 105 88
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  • AeroQuick Base
    AeroQuick Base
    Item #: 125479 |Model #: AQ BASE
    $ 11 98
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  • Aqua Saver® Rainwater Recovery System
    Aqua Saver® Rainwater Recovery System
    Item #: 225926 |Model #: AQUAS-1
    $ 19 98
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  • Suncast Tumbling Composter
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    Suncast Tumbling Composter
    Item #: 66266 |Model #: TCB6800
    $ 103 56
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  • Mr. Eco Kitchen Compost Collector
    Mr. Eco Kitchen Compost Collector
    Item #: 924874 |Model #: 688503300009
    $ 34 98
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  • Lifetime 50 Gallon Compost Tumbler
    Lifetime 50 Gallon Compost Tumbler
    Item #: 961930 |Model #: 60076
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  • Rain Wizard Urn - 65 gal.
    Rain Wizard Urn - 65 gal.
    Item #: 832642
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  • Oziflow 58 Gallon Slimline Rainwater Tank
    Oziflow 58 Gallon Slimline Rainwater Tank
    Item #: 277129 |Model #: OZUS01
    $ 288 88
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  • Madison Rain Catcher - Black
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    Madison Rain Catcher - Black
    Item #: 24498 |Model #: 5847-B
    $ 259 98
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  • Madison Rain Catcher - White
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    Madison Rain Catcher - White
    Item #: 24525 |Model #: 5847-W
    $ 259 98
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  • CompoMix Rolling Composter
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    CompoMix Rolling Composter
    Item #: 631439
    $ 265 52
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How Does a Rain Barrel Work?

Rain water that hits your roof and runs into the gutters can be directed to into a rain barrel, thus harvesting hundreds of gallons of rain water. The ‘soft’ rain water which is saved can then be used on plants and lawns without turning on the tap. This water is great for your garden because it is free of chlorine, lime, and calcium. By using the harvested rain water, you will not only be saving the environment by conserving water, but you can also save energy and up to 40 percent of water consumption.


To take advantage of fresh, clean, and free supply of water, buy a rain barrel by browsing the extensive listing at Sam’s Club.