“Save the Rain program in Syracuse also will reach the suburbs”

in Green Projects, News

Onondaga County has launched a new edition of its award-winning Save the Rain program. This time, it’s saving suburban rain.

The county last week announced projects in a dozen suburban communities to reduce the leakage of rainwater into the county sewer system. They will receive a total of $3 million from the county.

The projects range from the installation of porous pavement in Clay to the distribution of 25 rain barrels in the village of Manlius. In total, 12 villages and towns will get money…  

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