Rain Water Harvesting
WHY RAIN WATER HARVESTING IS NESSARY FOR OUR DAILY LIFE?
- For communities that rely on imported water to supply their needs, collecting rain water falls naturally in the community can reduce the need of imported water.
- Rain water harvesting utilizes reduce peak demands during summer months, saving treated water for more important & 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.
- MECHANIZED DEWATERING: This first stage consists of emptying water from the tank. A submersible pump is used to drain the tank of excess of water.
- SLUDGE REMOVAL: A sophisticated suction process is used to drain the excess sludge out of tank at a safe place away from tank.
- FILTER MEDIA REMOVAL: In third stage we remove filter media (pea gravel) from the Rain water harvesting tank.
- WASHING OF PEA GRAVEL: Cleaning/washing of top filter media (pea gravel) in RWH up to exiting level.
- PUT FILTER MEDIA IN RWH: After cleaning/washing pea gravel, we put pea gravel in the rain water harvesting tank. Also we maintain the level of the pea gravel
- TEXTILE MEMBRANE: We change the textile membrane of RWH.
- CLEANING THE TUBE: Cleaning of Rain Harvesting Tube/ Bore wells by manually driven Bogie.