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The Flo-Well drywell from NDS, Inc. captures runoff water before it can become polluted and contaminate surrounding water sources, and it meets all regulatory requirements for stormwater retention, according to the company.
The device can hold up to 50 gallons of water and uses a large, durable plastic container with holes throughout the sidewalls. This allows the well to collect the excess stormwater into a large plastic container buried beneath the landscape. The plastic walls protect the large space within the container to serve as a high-capacity void into which water can be collected. The water gradually leaches or percolates into the soil without saturating it and creating puddles or a soggy landscape.