Raindrops are dancing on mother earth and the showers from the eternal blue sky quench the thirst from the scorching summer. Monsoon have arrived fully-fledged showering its bliss from the heavens. Why not harvest the rainwater; keep it all year long and have a HAPPY MONSOON?
Where two consecutive weak monsoons have severely affected 330 million people, about 50% of the total population grapple with drought-like conditions. According to the Composite Water Management Index (CWMI) report released by the Niti Aayog in 2018, 21 major cities (Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and others) are racing to reach zero groundwater levels by 2020. CWMI projected the country’s water demand twice the available supply by the year 2030, resulting to an eventual six percent loss in the country’s GDP.
Rainwater harvesting systems can reduce water consumption as much as 40%. In our day-to-day lives, we can use the harvested rainwater for flushing, gardening washing clothes and other such domestic activities. We can use the harvested rainwater for drinking purpose after filtering it by sand-gravel filter or activated carbon filter.
Rainwater Harvesting promotes energy and water conservation. Not only it mitigates the flooding of storm water, but it also prevents the flow of harmful chemicals and pesticides into water. Preventing floods and thereby soil-erosion, it proves to be the best source of individual water resource. This Zero-Hardness water reduces the load on municipal water supply. This low cost, easy to maintenance system cuts your electricity and water bills to half.
A small change can make a big difference to the environment. Let us take one-step at a time to rejuvenate our mother earth. Are you having a HAPPY MONSOON?
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