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April 15, 2011


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Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting

I am very enjoyed for this blog. It’s an informative topic. It help me very much to solve some problems. Its opportunity is so fantastic and working style so speedy. I think it may be help all of you. Thanks a lot for enjoying this beauty blog with me. I am appreciating it very much! It looking forward to another great blog. Good luck to the author! All the best!

Tabatha Tidd

Local government participation and support is key to the full implementation of a rainwater harvesting system. Through this kind of activity, a more sustainable community environment can be achieved. Kudos to the Dept.of Environmental Protection! However, alongside this project must be another measure to inform the people how to make use of this equipment to their benefit. Knowledge is the best way to empower people, after all.

Louisa Matsuura

This project of the government is an excellent way of encouraging people to store water through rain water collection. It can also help them cut utility bills. I hope the government can implement more projects like this. However, the people do have to understand how the make use of these equipment to fully maximize their benefits. Equipping the people with knowledge will also allow them to make their own makeshift equipment over time.

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    The Hudson is measured north from Hudson River Mile 0 at the Battery at the southern tip of Manhattan. The George Washington Bridge is at HRM 12, the Tappan Zee 28, Bear Mountain 47, Beacon-Newburgh 62, Mid-Hudson 75, Kingston-Rhinecliff 95, Rip Van Winkle 114, and the Federal Dam at Troy, the head of tidewater, at 153. Entries from points east and west in the watershed reference the corresponding river mile on the mainstem.

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