Goody Green: Recycle Rain Water

glory1Before your toss that plastic bottle in the recycling bin, give it a job to do – like collect rain water. (“Why”, you ask? Well, there’s plenty to do with rain water. You can feed your house plants, wash your car, or even rinse off your kid’s outdoor toys.) Here to help are Petal Drops. These totally cool, flower petal-shaped funnels, made of 100% recycled HDPE, fit on the tops of standard threaded bottles to help guide falling rain straight in. So grab the kids and plant an eco-friendly plastic garden in your front or your backyard, then just wait for the rain.

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