Rain Water Harvesting

Rain Water Harvesting

We make nature to work, Giving Priority, importance & preference to under ground water resources, We are preparing design by considering Geological & Topographical situations; We are giving first preference to vertical height from sea level plot & horizontal distance volume of the water / excavation, by Rain water harvesting and consider Following aspects while designing such projects

Quality of the Soil, Formation of rock
Area i.e. Geographical Location.
Geo Botanical Growth.
Area of the Land Available for Implementation of the Project.
Average Rainfall of the Area and many practical aspects are considered, as it is a vast subject.

1. Water Finding Survey -Topographical Situation upto 3 km Radius. Geological situation i.e. Vertical height of the plot from the Sea Level & Horizontal distance from location to sea. Average Natural growth of Vegetations in & surrounding areas of the plot. Dowsing. Previous Records of the surrounding area’s Borewells.
2. Logging Sheet – ‘Test Borewell’ drilling works (2 no.s), upto the salty formation & then re-sealing of the borewell upto the sweet water formation to get the maximum sweet water & for the purpose of preparing ‘Logging Sheet’,i.e. checking of the Porosity of Soil & Rock formation at every 5ft depth

3. Developing the basic design of the ‘Harvesting Unit’–

1. Rain Water Harvesting Basic Design -

Rain Water Harvesting Basic Design

Rain Water Harvesting  

Rain Water Harvesting

RWH unit with Bunch of the RCC Ring wells for the Storage & Injection of the Rain Water into the Sub-soil & Rock Formation; with Rubbles / Stones & PVC / Coconut fibre filling in the peri-pheri of the Ring wells for the natural filtration purposes

RCC casted covers on the mouth of the Ring Wells & PCC works in the Peri-Pheri of the RCC rings installed to avoid & restrict the pollution & contamination from the upper level from entering into the Rain Water Harvesting unit.

Rain Water Harvesting
Rain Water Harvesting

After the RCC & PCC works, only one ‘INTAKE SHAFT’ of RCC Rings will come upto the ground level & the supplying borewells, i.e. we are reducing the Diameter from 5ft dia well to 6” dia perforated casing, so that, while sucking water from the RWH unit we are not disturbing the formation; As such, we are able to maintain the Quality & Quantity of water.

Rain Water Harvesting
Rain Water Harvesting

Rain Water from the Storm Water Drain is diverted to the Settling Tank Filtration Chamber ‘Rain Water Harvesting’ via Intake Shaft.

1. Settling Tank – Rain Water diverted from the near by Storm Water drain into the Settling Tank settles down i.e. the Heavy dust particles etc. coming from the Run-off surface. Then the water from the top of the Settling Tank goes into the Filtration Chamber.

2. Filtration Chamber – Rain Water from the Settling Tank is passed through the natural filtration media i.e. through the layers of - Big Gravels – Small Gravels with Bricks & Charcoal - ‘Godhra Sand’ – and then, after the filtration the Rain water is passed to the Intake Shaft.

Rain Water Harvesting
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