Rain Water Harvesting

SVE offers turnkey solutions for the Rain Water Harvesting. In pre historic times rain  water was collected/ percolated in lakes and ponds for consumption. Some of these ponds were man made, others   naturally formed, which resulted in the preservation of the water table. However, in recent times, with the ever increasing population and formation of metal roads, high rise buildings, etc and erratic monsoons has led to the depletion of the water table.


With the ever increasing water consumption patterns along with the rapid depletion of the  water table  there is acute water shortage  in the urban areas . In order to preserve the water table and  maximize the harvesting of rain water, rain water harvesting systems have become the order of the day. With such systems,  rain water that generally goes waste through the drains from roof tops, etc can be harvested to rejuvenate the water table reserves.


Such rain water systems need to be custom designed as per individual requirements. SVE has a professional team which will study the requirement and provide complete solutions from design, piping, storage, filtration and percolation  of water. Economical solutions are offered to the clients from design to completion along with materials and time bound implementation. 


It is our moral  responsibility to ensure that our successors are left with the natural resources long after our time. So why wait, do your bit for mankind and nature - save  !!! RAIN WATER !!!.  Water conservation reduces water demand, which allows rivers and streams to maintain adequate water levels and flow. This helps to sustain healthy aquatic ecosystems. Conservation also reduces the need to develop new water treatment and new water storage - a process that often causes unfavorable environmental repercussions. Additionally, conservation reduces the need to overdraw from groundwater resources, which can be vulnerable to depletion and contamination. Indirectly, saving water also helps to reduce energy consumption.


Rainwater harvesting systems range from the simple and inexpensive to the elaborate and costly. If you are considering a rainwater harvesting system it is important to calculate the total amount of water than could be captured, stored, and used in a year with typical rainfall patterns. Using your local water and wastewater rates you can calculate the value of the saved water and determine if the system is cost effective.


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