Bangalore ,India 560078
Rainwater harvesting through Recharge wells are one of the most effective ways to recharge the Groundwater. This is a Recharge well that we recently installed at Knights Bridge Apartments located in Brookfields , Bangalore . This recharge well of 4.
With the water crisis gripping most parts of India, we are receiving many calls enquiring about rainwater harvesting and Rainwater filtration process/Processes. Most questions are related to how the rainwater can be filtered. In this post we have ma
Rooftop rainwater harvesting is not maintenance free. Maintenance mainly involves regular inspection of catchment (roofs), opening first rain separators, cleaning the filters and sedimentation tanks. There are no standards or building code in India
Filter Installation for Rainwater Harvesting System :Filtration system is one of the key components of a rooftop rainwater harvesting system. It consists of 1. The first rain separator (The pipes with valves )2. The Sedimentation tank. (The Bl
Today we completed Rainwater Harvesting at a government school in Jigani. This project harvests about 100, 000 liters of water every year. School projects are always special for us . It gives us immense satisfaction of being some value to our next g
This is a generic filter design for Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting Projects. The sizing is done depending on the Catchment area and intensity of rainfall. A first rain separator and a sedimentation tank must precede this filter.
A recharge well is one of the cheapest and easiest way to increase the penetration of rainwater into the Aquifer. This is a Recharge well under construction . It is built around a borewell . The Rooftop run-off is captured and sent into this well fo
Generally there is no rainfall in the month of February in Bangalore . However, Bangaloreans were in for a pleasant surprise yesterday as the city received more than 50mm of rainfall in most areas. This is one of our Rainwater Harvesting projects
Today we commissioned two Rooftop Projects; 1: Rooftop Solar Project of Capacity 7.77 KWp which generates about 12, 200 units of Solar energy per year and which indirectly saves about 48 Kilo Liters of Water per year . 2: Rooftop Rainwater harvesti