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sparrow jack March 8, 2021
Updated 2021/04/18 at 6:24 AM

Essay On Rain water harvesting

Water Harvesting is the best method of saving the water and our ancestors were using it for meeting their water needs for the upcoming year by harvesting the water in the monsoon season. Then why can’t we do it too? I guess because we are not aware of the subject of Rainwater harvesting and it’s significance.
Let’s talk about the benefits as well as the techniques of water harvesting so you can see the big picture and start harvesting the water too.
Benefits of the water harvesting-
  • Will be easy on your water bill:- the first benefit we are stating is where you can save money by reducing the water bill. I am sure you would be interested in that, don’t you? If you have harvested the rainwater you will be less dependent on the tap water which will eventually save some money.
  • Less dependency on groundwater too:- it’s a well-known fact that we are dependent on the groundwater for our water needs since the water bodies are either drying out or being polluted. So for the countries where the dependency on groundwater is more than they should initiate the water harvesting in the larger level as well as aware people about that too.
  • The harvested rainwater might not be good for drinking but it is perfect for using in the other household work such as washing clothes, cleaning dishes, cleaning the cars or anything and most importantly it will be work for watering the plants as well.



Methods to harvest rainwater-
  • The most popular way to harvest the water is rainwater harvesting. In this technique, the water collected from the roof or a house or building should be eliminated in the storage tank. And the storage tank should be compatible with the water needs and requirements.
  • Here the pipe that connects the roof and the storage tank should be equipped with necessary filters. And the tank should have an excess water flow system as well. Since the water collected from the roof will be stored in the tank, it can be easily used for our secondary water requirements such as washing clothes and cleaning, which will imply less stress on tap water.
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