BlueDrop Enviro

Rain water Harvesting

BlueDrop Enviro water consultants, being trained and experienced in their field of water management, can help you in understanding the flow of water in rain for your structures and provide expert solutions in designing and installing a rainwater harvesting system.
Rainwater harvesting is an environmentally sound solution to address issues brought forth by large projects utilizing centralized water management approaches. Rainwater harvesting is the accumulation/deposition of rainwater for reuse before it reaches the aquifer.
We at BlueDrop enviro are committed to sustainability and environmental friendly solutions. Rainwater harvesting may be one of the best methods available to recovering the natural hydrologic cycle and enabling urban development to become sustainable. The harvesting of rainwater has the potential to assist in alleviating pressures on current water supplies and storm water drainage systems.

Following are the few advantages of BlueDrop’Enviro’s rainwater harvesting solutions:

Following are the various solutions provided by BlueDrop Enviro for Rainwater Harvesting

Roof-top Rainwater harvesting

Rooftop rainwater harvesting is the technique through which rainwater is captured from the roof catchments and stored in sub-surface ground water reservoir. The main objective of rooftop rainwater harvesting is to make water available for future use.

Surface Rainwater harvesting

The storage of rainwater on surface is a traditional technique and structures used are small dams (check dams), ponds, tanks, etc. Check dams are constructed in natural channels to impound the runoff water up to certain depth in the channel the excess water is allowed to flow over the dam. The impounded water slowly infiltrates into the soil and recharges the ground water aquifer

Artificial recharge the wells (Ground water recharge)

Recharge to ground water is a new concept of rainwater harvesting and the structures generally used are pits, trenches, dug wells, hand pumps recharge shafts, lateral shafts with bore wells, spreading techniques.