Rain Water Harvesting

Owing to the claims of duty or obligations of business it will frequently occur that have to be repudiated & annoyances.

Rainwater Harvesting is a method of saving rainwater and using it for future purposes. The process involves a natural or artificial container to collect the water and storing it in a germ-free environment for year-round household usage. The storage system are a product of mineralized composite concrete system to turn water alkaline with an average pH level of 7.5, cold and free from germs. Rainwater Harvesting can bring great relief to households and organizations who would like to reduce their dependency on a single source of supply.

Rain Water Harvesting

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Our trademarked Hexa-hump is a mineralized precast concrete rainwater storage tank that neutralizes the rainwater with the help of natural ingredients. The nature of the tanks makes the water potable, meeting the WHO standards.

  • Places it can be installed

    Residential spaces, small industries, and institutions

  • Benefits

    • Quality potable water

    • Lifetime maintenance free system

    • Removes the necessity of water purifiers

    • Healthy mineralized water

    • Maintains pH balance

    • Provides naturally treated alkaline water

    • Enriched with Vitamin B12

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H2O Tanks

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Our H2O tanks are monolithic precast, high-performance mineralized concrete tanks that store rainwater for a longer period of time and are for above and underground application. The tanks are competitively priced and easy to install.

  • Places it can be installed

    All residential spaces, small and big industries, and Govt. and Non-profit organizations

  • Benefits

    • Versatile and economical

    • Quick installation

    • Multiple QC approved system

    • Exceptional flexural and compressive strength

    • Easy to handle & transport

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Water Fence

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LWater fence is a unique structure acting as a compound wall cum water holding tanks. Extremely sturdy, it can withstand strong winds as well as earthquakes. Our water fences are economically priced and easy to install.

  • Places it can be installed

    All residential spaces, small and big industries, and Govt. and Non-profit organizations

  • Benefits

    • Cost effective than underground storage

    • Extremely sturdy structure

    • Economical security fence

    • Wind and earthquake resistant

    • Highly portable and space efficient

    • Temporary water holding tanks on civil sites

    • Constructs reed bed systems

    • Fencing cum storing tanks with potable water

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How much water should I be able to collect?

The rainwater harvested depends upon the catchment area, the rainfall pattern in the area and the drainage/ collection system used.

What is the cost involved?

Can the stored rainwater in storage tanks be used for cooking and drinking?

Yes, the stored rainwater can be used for drinking and cooking purposes. The acidic rain can range between 4.5 and 5.0 on pH value and the storage tank turns it into alkaline water with its natural in-built mineralizer properties. The mineralized tank is the only man-made storage that turns acidic rainwater into alkaline by absorbing the minerals from the concrete wall.

What are the characteristics of a good RWH system?

The RWH system must ensure that not even a single drop of rainwater falling within the premises is let into the sewage or wasted as runoff. This can be achieved only if the method adopted within the premises satisfies the following criteria:

  • Completeness: Both rooftop and driveway runoff water must be harvested.
  • Apportioning of water: To avoid overload of any system, leading to overflow and loss.
  • Proper design: Volume of water likely to flow through and the nature of the soil in the area should be considered.
  • Maintainability: Design should incorporate features allowing for periodic maintenance of the structure.

Is RWH a new trend?

RWH can be traced back to thousands of years in India. Our ancestors traditionally harvested rainwater through tankas, johads, madakas and many such local innovative structures that can be seen even today, across the country.