Rain Water Harvesting System Will Be Installed In 80 Parks

Rain Water Harvesting System
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Rain water harvesting system will be installed in 80 parks
Saharanpur. The rainy season is about to pass, but for rainwater harvesting, efforts are now being made to install rainwater harvesting system in 80 parks of the district. In this regard, work will be done jointly by the District Development Department and Jal Nigam. However, the systems put in place in the gram panchayat buildings and school premises in the past are being ignored.
It is being told to develop water harvesting system in the parks under Rain Water Harvesting System. The objective is to prevent wastage of rain water under this system. For this water will be collected and used at one place. Under this, in the first phase, a blueprint has been prepared to install rain water harvesting system in 80 small and big parks. It will be started from the urban area. In this, the Jal Nigam and the District Development Department will also work in collaboration with the Municipal Corporation.
Boring will be up to 80 meters, chambers will be built
For water harvesting system 70 to 80 meters deep and six to eight inches wide boring will be done. Chambers will also be made in the park for the collection of water. The water will be collected and discharged into the ground.
Systems were also installed in Panchayat buildings and schools
Two years ago, the District Development Department, Education Department and Jal Nigam had installed rain water harvesting systems in the village panchayats, primary and secondary schools of the district by working jointly. Of these, only 70 percent of the work has been completed. Work was stopped after the lockdown last year, but now efforts are being made to install 100% rainwater harvesting system in panchayat buildings, parks and schools.
Ground water level dropped by 10 to 12 meters in five years
According to the Ground Water Department, the groundwater level has dropped by 10 to 12 meters at different places in the district in the last five years. This problem has arisen due to indiscriminate exploitation of water.
Rain water harvesting systems were installed in the district earlier also in primary schools, panchayat buildings and government offices. Now the systems will also be installed in the parks. – Vijay Kumar, Chief Development Officer

Rain water harvesting system will be installed in 80 parks

Saharanpur. The rainy season is about to pass, but for rainwater harvesting, efforts are now being made to install rainwater harvesting system in 80 parks of the district. In this regard, work will be done jointly by the District Development Department and Jal Nigam. However, the systems which were installed in the village panchayat buildings and school premises in the past are being ignored.

It is being told to develop water harvesting system under Rain Water Harvesting System in the parks. The objective under this system is to prevent wastage of rain water. For this water will be collected and used at one place. Under this, in the first phase, a blueprint has been prepared to install rain water harvesting system in 80 small and big parks. It will be started from the urban area. In this, the Jal Nigam and the District Development Department will also work in collaboration with the Municipal Corporation.

Boring will be up to 80 meters, chambers will be built

For water harvesting system 70 to 80 meters deep and six to eight inches wide boring will be done. Chambers will also be made in the park for the collection of water. The water will be collected and discharged into the ground.

Systems were also installed in Panchayat buildings and schools

Two years ago, the District Development Department, Education Department and Jal Nigam had installed rain water harvesting systems in the village panchayats, primary and secondary schools of the district by working jointly. Of these, only 70 percent of the work has been completed. Work was stopped after the lockdown last year, but now efforts are being made to install 100% rainwater harvesting system in panchayat buildings, parks and schools.

Ground water level dropped by 10 to 12 meters in five years

According to the Ground Water Department, the groundwater level has dropped by 10 to 12 meters at different places in the district in the last five years. This problem has arisen due to indiscriminate exploitation of water.

Rain water harvesting systems were installed in the district earlier also in primary schools, panchayat buildings and government offices. Now the systems will also be installed in the parks. – Vijay Kumar, Chief Development Officer

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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