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  Products - Rain water Harvesting & Management
This precious resource is available in highly irregular Fashion. It is not available in places where and when we want it and quantities in which we want it. Hence the need for Conservation, the pace of development and the great increase in population in the urban areas led to the exploitation of water resources to the hilt, resulting in the over-use of surface supplies and over exploitation of ground water.
What is water Harvesting & Why it is Necessary :

Water harvesting is the deliberate collection, concentration and storage of rainwater that runs off a natural or manmade catchment surface. Catchments include rooftops, compounds, rocky surfaces or hill slopes or artificially prepared impervious/semi-impervious land surfaces. Storage is done in tanks, lined pits, small dams or in the sandy of seasonal rivers.

The amount of water harvested (collected and stored) depends on the frequency and intensity of rainfall, the catchments characteristics and water demand and how quickly and how much runoff occurs.

Just like other water resources, rain water harvesting is an option to be considered when planning an improved water supply system with a community. Depending on local environmental conditions, water harvesting may provide a supplementary supply, an alternative suppply or the only feasible improved supply, especially in the rural areas.

  Rain water harvesting can prove useful in case of :
  Areas affected with water logging conditions
  Areas with high runoff
  Areas affected with the problems of water scarcity
  Areas affected with water quality deterioration
  Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting & Recharge
  Storm Water Harvesting & Recharge
  Solution for Water Logging & Flooding
  Water Storage & Purification
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