We design simple yet effective Rainwater harvesting system in Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh and Delhi NCR with minimal skills to automated systems that require advanced setup and installation. Our Rainwater Harvesting Systems are ideally sized to meet the water demand throughout the dry season.
Need of Rain Water Harvesting
In today’s time everyone is facing water crisis and it’s the duty of individual to save, conserve and reuse every drop of water. There is a great demand of water in every home and industry and we offer great opportunities to harvest rain water for use of house hold activities other then drinking. To meet the demand of water for domestic use; we offer Rainwater Harvesting in Dehradun.
Advantages of Harvesting Rain Water
Water is free and gifted by GOD; only storage infrastructure cost few bucks. Rain water harvesting is usually done by experts like Engineers & simplest method for a rainwater harvesting system is RCC or plastic storage tanks. In this, a roof is used as catchment area for the water is directly linked to filters, tanks and reservoirs. Water can be stored here until needed or used on a daily basis.
Water is Free, Catch It.
You look water at everywhere let it be river water; lake water, ponds and deep wells; Underground water, water seepage into the ground, tap drinking water or water packed in a bottle. The main starting place of all types’ water is rainwater. In India the monsoon is brief. We get about 100 hours of rain in a year. It is this 100-hour reward that must be caught, stored, and used for a good purpose.
We generally do rooftop rainwater harvesting. Rainwater harvesting from paved and unpaved area called storm water harvesting, rainwater harvesting from water channels or streams called flood water harvesting. Any surface can act as the catchment for rainwater harvesting but we prefer rooftop. From the simplest ground level tank, to underground sumps, surface lined ponds and large lakes storage options are many depending on the context of the rainwater harvesting design. In many a case the soil profile may also permit artificial recharge of rainwater to open wells and bore wells where water can be stored to be retrieved later for productive use. System has catchment area, down pipes for water transport, filter, storage area and sometimes ground recharge system.How to harvest rain water –