Installing Dry Wells | This Old House

3July 2020


Large dry wells are lowered into place in the Newton backyard for storm water management

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Some towns require a system for storing rain water to not let it run into the street. Kevin O’Connor and Roger Cook work with excavators to sink eight huge dry wells in a back yard. The dry wells store 300 gallons of water and lock in together side by side.

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