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”.on the Maryland government website specifically stating that setting up rain barrels or rain water harvesting by individual homeowners is against the law.
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(Corrections accepted with a link to the source.) Thanks to Andre for corrections regarding Ohio, and Georgia, September 21, 2014.
Mississippi Update March 18, 2014 regarding Mississippi: I found on the Mississippi state government website specifically stating that setting up rain barrels or rain water harvesting is against state law.
I did find that the laws and regulations regarding water are extremely complex in Mississippi, as they are in every state government website I have checked so far. The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources recommends setting up rain barrels in this document and shows how to set them up.
Waters of the state — all waters within the jurisdiction of this state, including all streams, lakes, ponds, impounding reservoirs, marshes, watercourses, waterways, wells, springs, and all other bodies or accumulations of water, surface and underground, natural or artificial, situated wholly or partly within or bordering the state; except lakes, ponds or other surface waters which are wholly landlocked and privately owned, and which are not regulated as waters of the United States under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.” Farther down in this same document on page 17: “III.
Surface Water Diversions — All surface water diversions must meet the permitting requirements set forth in Section II., unless specifically exempted below. Exemptions – Surface water diversions meeting the following conditions shall not be subject to the permitting requirements of this chapter: 1.