Rain water Harvesting

Rain water Harvesting

 Rain water harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into natural reservoirs or tanks, or the infiltration of surface water into subsurface aquifers (before it is lost as surface runoff). One method of rainwater harvesting is rooftop harvesting. With rooftop harvesting, most any surface — tiles, metal sheets, plastics, but not grass or palm leaf — can be used to intercept the flow of rainwater and provide a household with high-quality drinking water and year-round storage. Other uses include water for gardens, livestock, and irrigation, etc.

How it works
  • Collecting & transporting rainwater.
  • Filtration-A filter unit is a chamber filled with filtering media to remove debris and dirt from water before it enters the storage tank or recharge structure.
  • Storage-The harvested water can now be stored in storage tanks for immediate usage, which are designed according to the water requirements of the society.
  • How we work?
  • Site visit
  • Designing
  • Material procurement on site,
  • Final execution of plant.
  • Benefits
  • The rainwater that falls on your roof and property is essentially free.  All it takes is a method to harvest it into a tank or cistern for later use.
  • Rainwater harvesting can be a great educational tool to get people to recognize their individual or household water usage. This can get them to start conserving water in other areas around their home.
  • For communities that rely on imported water to supply their needs, collecting rainwater that falls naturally in the community can reduce the need for imported water. Rainwater harvesting helps utilities reduce peak demands during summer months, saving treated water for more important and appropriate water uses.
  • While rainwater can be a perfect primary water source for many uses and situations, it is also a great backup water supply for emergency situations.
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