Originally Posted By: RayW
Also check your local laws, in some places it is illegal or at least taxed. In the US I think this only applies in the mid west.

I am in WA state. It used to be against the law, but they discovered it helps prevent overflow of the sewer systems and helps in drought and now promote using barrels.

I haven't seen any 5 star brands in the ones at the local stores. They all seem to have drawbacks, split when it freezes, flexes when full, spigots fail quickly, made of recycled plastics so you don't know what chemicals are in the construction etc.

Want it for use on a garden.