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An Effective Method of Rainwater Harvesting to Provide Water Demands of Indian Villages

Author(s):

Ramesh Gangadhar Raskar , LNMIPPL

Keywords:

Rainwater harvesting, water scarcity, Avg. Rainfall, Catchment, cost effectiveness

Abstract

Millions of people worldwide suffer from lack of water. The importance of water is well known. The problems facing water sources are well documented. There are several factors that compromise amount and quality of water offer sources in some developing countries. It is found that rainwater gathering, the collection of rain from surfaces upon that it falls, is a long-standing practice of the many countries still used as a way for coping with the water issues of nowadays. Rain is harvested in many ways that and may be a important supplementary supply of water. Can a focus on rain gathering effectively solve a number of the water handiness problems round-faced by communities in developing countries? Is that this old observe still acceptable by trendy feasibility criteria? This paper defines feasibility in terms of the physical, social, and technical environments of developing countries. More specifically, current water supplies, climate, available resources, cultural preferences, gender roles, community dynamics, supply and demand are outlined and evaluated to confirm the role every play in sustaining the observe of rain gathering. For the increasing population demand of water goes on increasing. Due to less precipitation or no rainfall face the matter of water inadequacy and drought condition. To solve this problem easy methodology of rain gathering system is projected during this paper. The rooftop rain gathering system for water conservation is value effective, ecofriendly and easy to hold out.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV4I120558
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2017
Page(s): 834-837

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