San Diego relies heavily on the Colorado River. But at what cost? What are the alternatives?
Imagine the path a drop of water from high in the mountains takes to get to your faucet and what happens after it goes down the drain.
Help us advocate for better rainwater rebate programs to increase awareness about this important resourece.
CatchingH2O envisions elevating the use of our local water resources to address climate resilience and environmental and social justice.
Don’t drink your rainwater until it’s been treated! In the midst of the madness of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been experiencing unusually stormy weather in San Diego, with over 4 inches of rainfall so…
Stormwater regulations for new development are important ways the county can ensure compliance with watershed protection requirements. The county has a Best Management Practice manual, which includes resources for how to engineer detention or biofiltration…
It’s been a fantastic year for San Diego on the water harvesting front.
Catching H2O has installed the first rainwater system for non-potable indoor use in Southern California at the new Trailhead building in Avalon on Catalina Island. The system uses rainwater with desalinated seawater as backup for…
Find out why harvesting rainwater and greywater at your home is an essential part of addressing climate change locally.
This client chose a CorGal® corrugated metal tank for their rainwater storage both to complement the modern architecture of their home in Pacific Palisades and for the superior quality of a CorGal® tank. CorGal® tanks are made of…