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14
Apr

We are pleased to announce the winner of our ‘name the new rain container’ contest – congratulations to Clif McGill!

Clif is an avid gardener, photographer, and a watershed resident that has been involved with Nine Mile Run and StormWorks for many years. He was up against some tough competition and it was a very difficult decision to make, but ultimately, we thought the Hydra was the best fit for our new container.

See some of Clif’s photos Ventolin dose counter uk!

Hydra’s are very cool looking! Here’s one little Hydra waving hello… (Photo: ubqool.com)

Hydra’s are very cool looking! Here’s one waving hello…
(Photo: ubqool.com)

Why did we choose Hydra?

Hydra is a genus of small, simple, fresh-water animals that possess radial symmetry. They can be found in most unpolluted rivers, streams and bodies of water in temperate and tropical regions.

Our mission is to reduce the amount of stormwater runoff entering our rivers and streams to create healthy habitats for small creatures, just like the hydra. When the smallest of organisms are thriving, our rivers and streams are on the path to becoming healthy ecosystems. We thought it was the perfect name for a container designed to help keep our rivers and streams free of pollution and promote a healthy, sustainable environment.

More info about the StormWorks Hydra

The Hydra is designed to fit with the flat surfaces of your home, and comes in a selection of colors!

The Hydra is designed to fit with the flat surfaces of your home.

We’ve been working with rain barrels for a little over 8 years, field testing new designs, experimenting with new accessories, listening to clients’ feedback, and conducting research. During this time, we’ve been trying to understand and perfect how rain barrels are designed, perceived, sited, and installed.

We learned that it is time for an affordable rain collection system designed to fit with the edges, corners, and flat surfaces of a house, so the new StormWorks Hydra has a slim, modern design that can fit in narrow spaces between houses or shared walkways, behind shrubs, or neatly up against or in a tight area of your house to blend in with your landscape.

Manufactured in Erie, Pa with recycled UV-Stabilized polyethylene, our new container has a capacity of 116 gallons to handle any size roof. It has multiple spigot and overflow openings, a removable mosquito-proof filter basket, and will be available in multiple colors to make it one of the most user-friendly and aesthetically-appealing rain harvesting containers on the market.

Coming to a downspout near you in mid-May!

For more information, please contact Luke at

 or 412-371-8779 x 120.

 

About StormWorks

StormWorks is a social enterprise created to support the mission of the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association (NMRWA) by implementing responsible stormwater management techniques throughout the Nine Mile Run watershed and beyond its boundaries. StormWorks aims to further the work of NMRWA by meeting stormwater service needs at two key levels: a suite of stormwater management and mitigation services to the greater Pittsburgh area, and consultant services at regional levels. StormWorks specializes in providing various products and services, ranging from the installation of rain barrels and cisterns, the design and installation of rain gardens and permeable pavement, complete landscape design, and stormwater property consultations.

17
Mar

Check out Metformin buy online canada‘ announcement about their new and improved rain container design below. They need your help naming it, so put your thinking caps on & you could win one for free!

 

Help name the new StormWorks rain container – the winner receives one for FREE (a $450 value)!

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A mockup of what the new rain container will look like. The new container will be available for purchase in mid-May!

From now until Friday, March 28th, Where to buy phenergan online is soliciting help from creative minds around Pittsburgh to help us come up with a name for our new rain container! The winning selection will receive a free StormWorks property consultation, one 116 gallon ‘still-to-be-named’ rain container, and free delivery/installation! All contest entries must be received through Twitter, Facebook, or email.

Twitter: @StormWorksPGH, must use hashtag “#StormWorksContest”
Facebook: Like us on Facebook and post your idea to our wall
Email: Use subject line “StormWorks Naming Contest” and send to

StormWorks has been working with rain barrels for a little over 8 years, field testing new designs, experimenting with new accessories, listening to clients’ feedback, and conducting research. During this time, we’ve been trying to understand and perfect how rain barrels are designed, perceived, sited, and installed. We learned that it is time for an affordable rain collection system designed to fit with the edges, corners, and flat surfaces of a house; the new StormWorks rain container has a slim, modern design that can fit in narrow spaces between houses or shared walkways, behind shrubs, or neatly up against or in a tight area of your house to blend in with your landscape.

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Our new rain collector is designed to fit the edges, corners, and flat surfaces of your home or business.

Manufactured in Erie, PA with recycled UV-Stabilized polyethylene, our new container has a capacity of 116 gallons to handle any size roof. It has multiple spigot and overflow openings, a removable mosquito-proof filter basket, and will be available in multiple colors to make it one of the most user-friendly and aesthetically-appealing rain harvesting containers on the market.

We’re gearing up for another busy summer helping Pittsburghers harvest rain water in a responsible way and a creative name is the last piece of the puzzle! Come up with the winning name and get the latest in rain harvesting technology and expertise for free!

About StormWorks

StormWorks is a social enterprise created to support the mission of the Nine Mile Run Watershed Association (NMRWA) by implementing responsible stormwater management techniques throughout the Nine Mile Run watershed and beyond its boundaries. StormWorks aims to further the work of NMRWA by meeting stormwater service needs at two key levels: a suite of stormwater management and mitigation services to the greater Pittsburgh area, and consultant services at regional levels. StormWorks specializes in providing various products and services, ranging from the installation of rain barrels and cisterns, the design and installation of rain gardens and permeable pavement, complete landscape design, and stormwater property consultations.

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