Owing to its relatively stable yield of high-quality water, groundwater has emerged as an extremely important water resource for meeting domestic, industrial, agricultural and environmental demands. Although groundwater is often relatively well protected from pollution, poor management has resulted in negative impacts such as declining aquifer heads, quality deterioration, and irrational abstraction rates.
Rain Water Harvesting.
Rainwater harvesting is a technology used to collect, convey and store rain for later use from relatively clean surfaces such as a roof, land surface or rock catchment.Read More
Borehole, Protected Springs, and Shallow Well Drilling
Water supply comprises of water harvesting, treatment and distribution for such uses as domestic consumption, animal use, industrial use and for irrigation-delivery of additional required water for proper plant growthRead More
Waste Water Management
We focus on systems that achieve both water and energy recovery. Thus, our major emphasis is on anaerobic wastewater treatment processes for tropical regions.Read More
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Regulatory instruments can be used to compel homeowners and other businesses to undertake mandatory rainwater harvesting to address issues related to water scarcity and conservation.
Reviving the Ancient Practice of Rainwater Harvesting: A Simple and Effective Solution for Sustainable Water Management
As the world continues to face water scarcity and drought on one hand and flooding on the other, it is important to consider sustainable solutions for water management. One ancient practice that is gaining popularity in modern times is rainwater harvesting.