RAINWATER HARVESTING AND ITS METHODS
Water Harvesting as, “The collection of rainstorm-generated runoff from a catchment (the area from which the water flows into bodies) to provide water either for immediate utilization as irrigation or for subsequent utilization by storing in above-ground ponds or aquifers.” In layman’s terms, water harvesting is the direct collection of rainwater.
There are mainly two methods of rainwater harvesting are Surface runoff harvesting and Rooftop rainwater harvesting methods.
Although three–fourths of earth is water, a minute amount is available for human consumption or irrigation. Moreover, due to increasing global temperature and population, there is a lack of potable water sources (e.g., rivers, lakes, or aquifers) in semi-arid and arid areas.
The global problem is rapid industrialization and disposal of chemical waste into water-bodies leads to pollution of freshwater sources. On the other side, rainwater is the only supply of fresh water left. To deal with the water crisis, water harvesting is adopted…………………..
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