Rain Barrel Sale Event 

Collect rainwater runoff from your rooftop and direct it to gardens and lawns.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Brantford & District Civic Centre, 69-79 Market Street South
9:00 am to 12 pm

Top 5 Reasons to Use a Rain Barrel

  1. Rainwater is FREE, saving you money on your water bill
  2. Water with rainwater at any time, regardless of watering restrictions
  3. Rainwater is preferred to grow healthy and lush plants
  4. Control moisture levels around your house foundation
  5. Protect our rivers and streams from runoff pollution by diverting water from storm sewers

Pre-order your Rain Barrel

Pre-ordered rain barrels are guaranteed and must be paid online in advance. Please visit www.rainbarrel.ca/brantford to pre-order. Rain barrels can be purchased on May 27, using cash only, while supplies last.

Cost: $46/unit (dealer cost)

Rain barrels will be on display at select local grocery stores where possible, during the last two weeks of May.

Questions about this event? Call the Water Conservation HOTLINE at: 519-759-1511

New Rain Barrel Features include:

Sandstone coloured rainbarrel against brick wall with downspout above and clear dispensing hose clipped to side

Capacity: 240 Litres

Dimensions: 23 inch diameter, 38 inches tall 

Weight: 24 lbs

  • Series hook-up (multiply your storage capacity by connecting several units together)
  • Overflow hose provided
  • Child-proof
  • 10-year warranty against manufacturers defects
  • Units supplied with a dispensing hose with an on/off valve
  • Screening to keep out insects and debris
  • Contains 80% recycled plastic

For more information on this product or to pre-order your barrel, go to www.rainbarrel.ca/brantford.

Product cannot be returned for refund. There is a 10-year warranty against manufacturers defects on the rain barrel itself, and a 10-year warranty on parts.

Replacement parts can be obtained from City Hall. The City will not assume responsibility for maintenance, care and use of the rain barrel(s) or for any damage that may occur. Contact the Water Conservation Hotline at 519-759-1511 to arrange to pick up replacement parts, or for any further questions.