Yearly Archives: 2015

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300 gallon Cedar Rain Bench DIY

By |2017-02-24T15:02:30+00:00April 18th, 2015|design ideas, for the garden, how-to, not a rain barrel, rain harvesting examples, raindom, sustainable design|

When you realize 55 gallons of water is not nearly enough... It's time to set a new standard in rainwater storage. It's time to save water like you've never done before. 300 gallons of rainwater collection. One beautiful cedar bench. All.  In.  One. Does it cost a small fortune? Not with this handy dandy little DIY kit. [...]

Rain Bench tips & tricks

By |2017-03-08T12:42:31+00:00April 16th, 2015|how-to, raindom|

The instructions are pretty self-explanatory, but here are a few little tips and tricks that we have figured out after building a few of these Rain Bench things... 1.  First, read through the instructions before you start.  I know, I know, they always say that, but it might save you some hassle, that's all I'm saying. [...]

Rainwater to Drinking Water

By |2017-08-08T01:27:36+00:00April 16th, 2015|Design, design ideas, how-to, rain harvesting examples, raindom, sustainable design|

standing in the rain with your mouth open is one way to drink rainwater.  Catching and filtering  it is another... ...first a disclaimer: I am no licensed plumber. He ran for the hills when we tried to hire him, so this is what I figured out on my own. I am not saying this is the [...]

retrofit: Rain Collecting Cap

By |2016-12-12T06:29:44+00:00March 25th, 2015|design ideas, how-to, rain harvesting examples, raindom, sustainable design|

Here is just one way to modify your existing rain bench to make the cap itself collect rainwater and put it inside your bench....  RainBench Retrofit: Collect water that falls on your rain bench, too. *This retrofit is for standard 65 gallon Rain Bench made with 1 DIY kit, 1 sheet of plywood and some 2x2s… [...]

Eco-Patio | Recycled Plastic Chairs

By |2016-12-12T06:29:44+00:00February 15th, 2015|design ideas, for the garden, sustainable design|

...because putting 670 milk jugs on your patio wouldn't be nearly as comfortable. Made from locally recycled plastic from recycling plants in southern Wisconsin, designed and built in Middleton, WI, these chairs offer a ridiculously comfortable and decent looking end use for all of that plastic you've been faithfully putting in your recycling. Why are [...]

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