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On this blog I do not intend to focus on taking a political stance on the legality or morality of rain water harvesting.
I do want to deal with truth and factual information regarding rain water harvesting.
From the document titled: “Mississippi Commission on Environmental Quality Regulation LW-2 SURFACE WATER AND GROUNDWATER USE AND PROTECTION Adopted by the Commission on Environmental Quality June 24, 2004 Amended by the Commission on Environmental Quality January 26, 2006 Amended by the Commission on Environmental Quality December 10, 2009” I found the following information: There are strict regulations on surface water, and ground water usage starting on page 8 at the preceding link.
On page 7 of this same document “waters of the state” is/are defined as such: “OO.
Sadly, lots of the links we put here to state gov’t webpages on rain water harvesting have been moved, or perhaps simply removed.
This will mean another long process of research to update each state’s information.
I did find several sites recommending setting up rain barrels.
There are very strict laws regarding all other water sources.
I’ve checked these out to the best of my ability, and found most of them to be somewhat accurate.I’ve included links to the info used for each state below.(Corrections accepted with a link to the source.) Thanks to Andre for corrections regarding Ohio, and Georgia, September 21, 2014.“MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF MARINE RESOURCES 1141 Bayview Avenue, Biloxi, Mississippi 39530 Contact: Susan Perkins Phone: 228‐523‐4124 News Release 13‐7‐SLP January 31, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Build a Rain Barrel Workshop to Be Held Feb.16 at Grand Bay NERR” Its highly unlikely that the state government would recommend this if it was illegal to set up rain barrels.