Volume 4 Issue 4

RAIN WATER HARVESTING FOR RESIDENTIAL PROJECT DAULAT HEIGHTS IN SASWAD (20150477)

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Abstracts : Water scarcity is becoming the biggest problem in front of the world now. Many developing and developed countries few areas are affected by water scarcity. Many researchers have already made a point saying the biggest problem of is excessive exploitation of ground water and surface water resources deterioration. Few water resources used conventionally are river and reservoirs and are not sufficient to feed the water demand the major reason behind this is unbalance rainfall. Worldwide, rainwater harvesting systems are considered as a new water source. The main of this paper is to make efficient use of rainwater and adoption of newly launched concept of nature conversion. The system is actually built in saswad city, Maharashtra state of India. The cost of total project is Rs. 48060 and it can harvest 129600 liters of water.
Pages : 8-11
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Modified Date : 2018-04-22
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YASHODHAN ARVIND JAGTAP , DIGVIJAY PRAMOD BHOSALE , "RAIN WATER HARVESTING FOR RESIDENTIAL PROJECT DAULAT HEIGHTS IN SASWAD", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 4 Issue 4, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 8-11
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