Water damage restoration | Water Harvesting | Clean up Water:- The share of clean water in the total water available on earth is only 3%. The remaining sea is available in salted or basic water.
• 11 percent of the total clean water available on earth is available as a groundwater depth of 800 meters, which can be extracted for use.
• Regular emissions and overuse of valuable resources available in this limited amount of nature have reduced the quantity and quality.
1] Storage of rainwater by alley plug.
• The construction of the street plug is carried out through the slopes of the hills in the rainy season using the local stone smooth soil and bushes, and across the streams and streams flowing in small catches.
• Alley plug helps in the protection of soil and moisture.
• Select the location for the street plugs in such a place where the slope ends locally so that sufficient amount of water can be collected behind the rebel.
2] Rainwater harvesting by the Gabion structure.
This is a type of check dam, which is usually used to preserve the flow of streams on small streams. Also, it does not get blown out of the water stream at all.
• The construction of the small dam on the water stream is done locally available boulders by putting them in iron jars and bunding them on the edges of the stream.
• The height of this type of structure is about 0.5 meters and it is generally used in streams less than 10 meters wide.
• The remaining excess water flows over this structure except by depositing deposited in the source of some water recharge. Water shedding is accumulated between the rock-clumps and then the growth of vegetation becomes ineffective by the dam and the barren water helps prevent the overflowing surface water for a longer period and rehabilitates it in the water.
3] Rainwater Harvesting by recharge wells.
• On and off wells can be used as recharge repairs after cleaning and silt disposal.
• The water to be reclaimed is taken from the silt disposal chamber through the bottom of the well or under the water level through a pipe in order to prevent pitfall in the bottom of the well and the air bubbles in the aquifer.
• Recharge water should be free of silt and water to remove silt should be filled with either silt disposal chamber or filter chamber.
• To keep bacterial contaminants in control, chlorine should be put regularly.
4] Groundwater recharge in urban areas.
Rainwater from the buildings, pucca and raw areas in urban areas go waste. This water can be rehabilitated in aquifers and can be used in a beneficial manner at the time of need. The system of rainwater harvesting should be designed in such a way that it does not take much space for storage/gathering and recharge system. Details of some techniques for storing rainwater from the roof in urban areas are given below.
5] Due to declining groundwater level.
• High tapping of water at the local level or at a broad level to meet India’s increased demand.
• Not available in other sources of water, due to complete discharge of groundwater.
• Arrange your resources to get the right amount of water at certain times.
• Do not use ancient means, such as ponds, wells, and tanks etc., due to excessive pressure on groundwater drainage.