Rain Water Harvesting

Rain Water Harvesting :

  • Rain Water Harvesting is the collection and storage of rain water for future use
  • Rain Water Harvesting prevents surface runoff of water
  • This water can be used for drinking purposes during scarcity or drought
  • Rain water Harvesting assures food security due to the improved water supply
  • Tamil Nadu is the first state in India to make Rain Water Harvesting mandatory

Rain Water Harvesting : (Short Essay)

Rain is a part of the natural changes of the environment. When you see the water scarcity in many parts of the world, collecting rain water would be a great technique. Rain Water Harvesting is a technique through which Rain Water can be collected and stored for future purposes. Rain Water can be collected in various hard surfaces so that the water does not run off. Rain Water Harvesting can be definitely considered one of the best methods to promote water and energy conservation. Maintaining the rain water that is collected is more important without which the effectiveness of the technology would go down.

Rain Water Harvesting : (Brief Essay)

Rain Water Harvesting is an effective technique to collect and store rain water for domestic purposes and landscape irrigation. The basic components of Rain Water Harvesting are:

  • Catchment Surface
  • Gutters and Downspouts
  • Leaf screens
  • Roof Washers
  • Storage Tanks
  • Delivery System
  • Purification/Treatment System

Rain Water Harvesting is one of the best methods to store water for use during water scarcity. Rain Water is void of chemicals which makes it the best water for landscape irrigation. With Rain Water Harvesting, you can understand the importance of water conservation and energy conservation. The dependence of main water can be reduced if we properly make use of Rain Water collected. Rain Water is free of cost provided we invest a little for building the Rain Water Harvesting System. More of all, there is no better quality water when compared to the natural rain water and it can be the best drinking water too.

Maintaining The system is not so tough. All that is required is a regular inspection on the gutters and downpipes. It is good to take extra care to avoid dust or unwanted particles accumulate in the system. Fencing the Rain Water Harvesting is yet another important task.

 

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