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If local authorities prohibit rain barrels, there may be a darn good reason.

I’ve checked these out to the best of my ability, and found most of them to be somewhat accurate.

Rain barrels are recommended and explained here this is a pdf, and rain barrels are described and recommended on the last page (28).

The North Dakota plumbing code information may be useful.

I did find several sites recommending setting up rain barrels.

There are very strict laws regarding all other water sources.

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.

Also note that: it is my interpretation that California, Colorado, and Ohio have regulations that make it very difficult for the average homeowner to set up a rainwater harvesting system; even though it is not “blatantly against the law for anyone and / or everyone”.