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• Process of capturing and storing rain water for its efficient utilization and conservation.
• An effective tool to utilize a large quantity of fresh water which otherwise goes as runoff.
• Rainwater harvesting has two components i.e collection of Rain water for surface storage and Recharge to ground water aquifers.
• Process by which ground water reservoir is augmented at a rate exceeding the rate of natural recharge.
• Any man-made structures that facilitates augmentation of groundwater is an artificial recharge systems.
• To augment the availability of water resources for meeting various demands.
• To arrest the declining trend in water levels of an area.
• To conserve and store excess surface water for future requirements, since these requirements often change with time.
• To reduce run-off, which otherwise chokes the storm water drain in the urban areas.
• To prevent/reduce flooding of roads and parks.
• To arrest/prevent sea water ingress in coastal aquifers
• Raises ground water levels.
• Improves availability of water in wells/tubewells during lean period.
• Improves quality of exsisting ground water through dilution.
• Saves energy in lifting of ground water- one meter rise in ground water levels saves about 0.40KWH of electricity.
• Improves vegetation cover.
• Reduces Soil erosion due to reduces run-off.
• Improves health/living conditions in rural areas.
• Where ground water levels are decling on long term basis.
• Where substantial amount of aquifer has been de-saturated.
• Where availability of ground water is inadequate in lean months.
• Where due to rapid urbanization, infiltration of rain water into subsoil has reduces drastically and recharging of ground water has diminished.
A septic tank is a key component of a septic system, a small-scale sewage treatment system common in areas that lack connection to main sewage pipes provided by local governments or private corporations.
Size of septic tank depends on number of toilet users, more the number of users bigger the size of septic tank need to be incorporated. As per the Indian standards norms for water usage, each person uses 22 liters of water/per day in toilet. Considering the aforementioned statatistics, septic tank could be designed.
• Never Requires cleaning.
• Maintenance Free.
• Minimum required space.
• Ready to use with commissioning within 2-3 Days.
• Cost effective.
• No live Materials, Color, Solid Materials in Discharge water.
• Provision for discharge effluent water in open drainage.
• 100% leak proof.
• No contamination to underground water.
There are many advanced processes by which sewage can be treated, eco friendly based technique is one of them. In this technique sewage is treated by using vegetation, soil and organisms. This method is widely popularized as constructed wetlands.
Yes, constructed wetland is a highly effective technique for treatment of sewage disposal. Treated water discharged from CW is in the permissible limits set by Government of India and follows all present Indian Standards.
• Low cost with minimum possible mechanization.
• No chemical dousing required.
• No daily running cost.
• Simple in Operation.
• Suitable for Incremental improvement, and
• Recycle and Reuse oriented.
• Compatible quality of treated wastewater, Provide treated effluent of such quality that can be put to beneficial use.
• Focus area for advocacy for regional, national and International bodies.