Rain water Harvesting

 Rain water harvesting is one of the potent methods of water conservation and management. It is the term used to indicate the collection and storage of rain water used for human, animals and plant needs. It involves collection and storage of rain water at surface or in sub-surface aquifer, before it is lost as surface run off. The augmented resource can be harvested in the time of need. Rainwater harvesting provides an independent water supply during regional water restrictions, and in developed countries, is often used to supplement the main supply. It reduces the contamination of surface water with sediments, fertilizers and pesticides from flash flood resulting in cleaner lakes, rivers, oceans and other receivers of storm water. Application of rain water harvesting in urban water system provides substantial benefit for both water supply and waste water subsystem by reducing the need for clean water in water distribution system

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