Rain Water Harvesting Solutions
Rain water Harvesting is technique of storage rain water
into natural reservoirs or tanks, or the infiltration of surface water into
subsurface aquifers one methodology of rain water gather is top gather.
Undoubtedly a number of factors contribute to the amount of water harvested
e.g. the frequency and the quantity of rainfall, catchments characteristics,
water demands and the quantum of runoff, and above all speed and ease with
which the rainwater percolates through the subsoil to recharge the ground
Due to deforestation and also the resulting ecological
imbalance, the water level below the bottom is being depleted day by day. As
notable to any or all, the constant rising demand of water, particularly from
the urban areas doesn't match with the surface water sources, as a results of
that the water reserves below the bottom level over exploited. This consequently
ends up in the water level depletion.
Due to the selfless endeavor and untiring
efforts made by the scientists within the field of hydrogeology, special
techniques for recharging well water level are developed recently.
Water harvesting, excluding recharging the ground water
level, will increase the supply of water at a given place at a given purpose of
your time. It conjointly reduces the facility consumption as one m rise in
water level ends up in saving of zero. 4 KWH of electricity it additional
reduces the getaway that chokes the storm water drains, reduces flooding of
water on the roads, improves the standard of water and reduces the
probabilities of eroding.
A Typical Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting System comprises
1. Roof catchment
4. Rain water
5 Filter Chamber
Rain water harvesting is a
way to storage the rain water once it rains, store that water higher than
ground or charge the underground and use it later. This happens naturally in
open rural areas. However in full, over-paved metropolitan cities, we'd like to
form ways to capture the rain water.