Saves 500 liters of water daily for just Rs 3600

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Meerut. With the water level steadily falling, ordinary people have to come forward and take the lead. To this end, Commissioner Surendra Singh has prepared models for rainwater harvesting. With which you can easily save 500 liters of water per day by using it at home. It only costs 3600 rupees. To do this, the Commissioner gave instructions by holding a virtual meeting of government officials, development managers and other related departments. He presented models of fire pits, storage tanks, etc. at house level. Ask officers to start work in Mission Mode to make these models.
The commissioner instructed the officials to install a rainwater harvesting system in houses of more than 300 square meters. He said it should be shown on the map and verification should be done after the building is constructed. The chief development officers were tasked with digging new ponds, rejuvenating ponds, developing sports fields, and other work. The Commissioner said that their work would only be assessed on the basis of that work. He also called on private institutions to take over areas of 100-150 meters to rejuvenate rivers and nallahs. So that cleanliness and tree planting can take place there.
Here are the models
1. At the household level
Soaking Pit – This soaking pit can be built for just Rs 3600. This means that around 500 liters of wastewater per day can be stored for around five to six years. It is produced where there is constant waterlogging or where there is no drainage system.
PVC Drum Model – This can be made for just Rs 3500. You can start with a PVC drum of 200 liters. Bricks, chambers and PVC pipe are required for this. There is a model for collecting water on the building.
2. at the public level
Borewell charging – the twin ring method must be used for this. A pond should be two meters deep. It must be built near the borehole so that rainwater can be collected. This work is carried out by JCB. A well charge costs Rs 35,000.

Meerut. In view of the steadily falling water level, ordinary people have to come forward and take the lead. To this end, Commissioner Surendra Singh has prepared models for rainwater harvesting. With which you can easily save 500 liters of water per day by using it at home. It only costs 3600 rupees. To do this, the Commissioner gave instructions by holding a virtual meeting of government officials, development managers and other related departments. He presented models of fire pits, storage tanks, etc. at house level. Ask the officers to start work in Mission Mode to make these models.

The commissioner instructed the officials to install a rainwater harvesting system in houses of more than 300 square meters. He said it should be shown on the map and verification should be done after the building is constructed. The chief development officers were tasked with digging new ponds, rejuvenating ponds, developing sports fields, and other work. The Commissioner said that their work would only be assessed on the basis of that work. He also called on private institutions to take over areas of 100-150 meters to rejuvenate rivers and nallahs. So that cleanliness and tree planting can take place there.

Here are the models

1. At the household level

Soaking Pit – This soaking pit can be built for just Rs 3600. This means that around 500 liters of wastewater per day can be stored for around five to six years. It is produced where there is constant waterlogging or where there is no drainage system.

PVC Drum Model – This can be made for just Rs 3500. You can start with a PVC drum of 200 liters. Bricks, chambers and PVC pipe are required for this. There is a model for collecting water on the building.

2. at the public level

Borewell charging – the twin ring method must be used for this. A pond should be two meters deep. It must be built near the borehole so that rainwater can be collected. This work is carried out by JCB. A well charge costs Rs 35,000.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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