Rain Barrel Sale

The Kalamazoo River Watershed Council and our partners are proud to offer affordable rain barrels that come fully assembled and ready for DIY installation

This year we’re offering wholesale pricing at $56.50 each to get as many new rain barrels as possible into our neighborhoods, saving water and protecting our lakes and streams.20140716_104054

ORDER NOW!  Sale runs through mid-June

Here’s how the sale works:

  1. All items must be pre-ordered and paid for online (due 6/19/17) or print and complete the order form and mail check payment (due 6/16/17)
  2. Pick up your order in Battle Creek on Thursday, June 22 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM


Ordering Information

There are two easy ordering options:

Online Order Form [credit card and paypal accepted]

Download Mail-in Form [checks accepted, do not mail cash]


Place online orders by June 19
Mail-in orders must be received by June 16


All orders will be available for pick up at the Battle Creek Department of Public Works Building on Thursday, June 22 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Contact the DPW office at (269) 966-0712 with any questions.


Other Helpful Information

Our rain barrels come from Upcycle Products, Inc. and are approximately 55 gallons in size (capacity). These “recycled” food-quality barrels are made of High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) and come in four color choices (colorant is in the plastic, they are not painted). They are approximately 3 feet in height, 2 feet in diameter, and 6 feet circumference. Note there may be markings and scuffs on barrels and car wax is recommended to lessen appearance of marks. Each rain barrel comes fully assembled with spigot, over flow valve, and connection valve with plastic screw-top lid covered in mesh for safety.

Read Upcycle Product’s description

Download a copy of our Rain Barrel Buyers Guide before ordering
Want to know more about rain barrels and how to select and install one for your home?  Check out the “Be Riverwise” website

Partners & Supporters

Battle Creek Area Clean Water Partners
City of Battle Creek
Kalamazoo River Watershed Council

Learn more about about rain barrels!