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posted: 4/11/2014 3:59 PM

Batavia Rain Barrel Sale to support conservation efforts

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Submitted by city of Batavia

The city of Batavia will host the fifth annual Rain Barrel Sale with The Conservation Foundation and is currently taking orders for your Rain Barrels, available now until the end of the business day on Thursday, April 24. The orders placed online are for credit card purchases only and cash/check purchases.

The Conservation Foundation Rain Barrels are 55 gallons each and made from recycled food grade plastic. The rain barrels come equipped with a spigot, garden hose threaded overflow and screw off lid with a screen to keep out bugs and debris, and a 1 year warranty. There are three options for pricing and delivery: a barrel with standard pickup, a barrel and home delivery, or a barrel, home delivery and installation: the prices for these options are $58.50, $63.50 and $83.50, respectively and are available in black, blue, gray and terra cotta.

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To place an order go to anytime from now until April 24. The orders will be delivered from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26, to Clark Island Skate Park located along the Fox River off Route 25 at approximately 411 S. River St. If you choose to have home delivery or home delivery and installation you will be prompted to complete more information on the website.

The delivery date will be coordinated with the supplier when enough barrels are purchased in the area.

If you cannot make the presentation or have additional questions, call Jim Kleinwacther with the Conservation Foundation at (630) 553-0687, ext. 302.

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