Rainwater Harvesting A Presentation. “Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink”. This could soon be true in India as most of the cities face a water crisis today due to irregular rainfall, a growing population and rapid urban development.
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Rainwater Harvesting A Presentation
This could soon be true in India as most of the cities face a water crisis today due to irregular rainfall, a growing population and rapid urban development.
Excessive ground water usage has led to a sharp decline in the ground water levels across India prompting the government to pass strict regulations against the usage of the same.
However, the fact is that ground water is essential both residential as well as industrial projects.
So how does one more ground water ?.
The solution is Rainwater Harvesting.
Rainwater Harvesting simply put is the direct collection of rain water. The idea is to catch the rain as it falls over building & ground surfaces and channel it to pre-defined recharge points after filtration.
This helps recharge the groundwater levels which is a long term solution for increasing our ground water levels.
Today, there are solutions also available which help harvest rainwater and filter it for non-potable immediate usage.
RWH Consultancy, Planning, Design & Implementation
D&D EcotechRecharge System
A specially designed “Storage + Recharge System.
Can be used for both storing water for usage as well as for recharging the groundwater levels.
Ensures proper filtration of the collected rainwater before releasing the same into the ground.
Creates a 13ft water head which helps in faster percolation.
Consists of both a desilting chamber + recharge well with a recharge bore.
Designed using pre-fabricated concrete rings. Hence easier & faster to install.
Filter media in the top chamber makes it easier to clean.
Bore pipe connected to a specially designed 200 micron stainless steel filter for further filtration
Hold up to 7,000 litres of rainwater while it percolates into the ground.
FL 100 – Covers 110 sq. mtrs
FL 200 – Covers 225 sq. mtrs
FL 300 – Covers 350 sq. mtrs
Fl 500 – covers 500 sq. mtrs
These filters can handle rainfall intensity up to 75mm/hour
D&D Ecotech is a professional rain water harvesting company which uses time-tested methods for planning and implementing RWH systems for storage as well as recharging.
The team comprises experts from various disciplines like Geology, Hydrogeology, Civil engineering, CAD Draftsman etc., and can manage all types of rainwater harvesting projects from consultancy to planning, design and implementation.
D&D Ecotech is presently managing projects right from Goa to Bokaro in Jharkhand and is planning to expand its presence across India soon.
Has done his studies in rainwater harvesting from CSE (Centre for Science & Environment), Delhi. Handles the Business Development profile and also assists in designing & planning the RWH systems.
A professional with extensive experience in Operations & Production management. Is responsible for on site supervision of RWH projects & interaction with vendors.
An operations professional he assists Sunil Dubey in supervision and implementation of all projects.
I M Asthana Architects & RWH Consultants
Mr. Indra Mohan Asthana – Director
Founder of the firm. Bachelor of Architecture, IIT Kharagpur. Life Member, Technology Foundation IIT Kharagpur. He has more than forty five years of experience in consultancy.
Mr. Ravi Mohan Asthana – Chief Executive Officer
Head of Administration & Operations. Bachelor of Arts, Concordia College USA. Master of International Management, University of St. Thomas USA.
Pursued PGDBA from Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur.
K J SomaiyaVidyavihar, Mumbai
Water collected from the college terraces is diverted to this recharge well for
recharging the ground water levels.
Has helped prevent flooding which was an annual feature at the campus during rains.
K J SomaiyaVidyavihar, Mumbai
Water collected from the college terraces is diverted after filtering to the non-potable storage tanks for reuse.
70 lakhlitres water was harvested and reused in 2010.
Part of the NDTV-Cocal Cola Save My School project.
We designed a zero-wastage RWH system which helped the school meet all its non-potable water requirements and also helped recharge the groundwater levels of the existing borewell.
An upcoming steel plant in Jharkhand spread over 550 acres. We have planned and designed the RWH system for the entire plant. Solutions included both storage as well as recharge options.
Total Area – 600 acres
A residential complex in Andheri, Mumbai. Used to rely on water tankers daily for their non-potable water requirements. Rainy Filters installed by D&D have help it harvest rainwater for all their non-potable water needs.
D&D Ecotech has setup 2 specially designed recharge structures which will help HPCL recharge 15,000 litres of rainwater approx everyday when it rains.
An athletic track plus football ground based on internationally recognized standards. The RWH system was designed to ensure disposal of the rainwater within 45 mins.
Provided rainwater filtration systems for their plant.
Please feel free to contact us for any queries you may have
Sunil, Sr. Consultant
Cell : +91 99205 33559
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D&D Ecotech Services
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Kandivli (W), Mumbai - 67