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Suggestions Invited For Large-Scale Rainwater Harvesting

Start Date: 01-07-2017
End Date: 30-07-2022

The average annual rainfall in Assam is 2818mm, of which Guwahati alone receives 1698mm. However, the impact of rainfall in the state is zonal and not uniform throughout the state. ...

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The average annual rainfall in Assam is 2818mm, of which Guwahati alone receives 1698mm. However, the impact of rainfall in the state is zonal and not uniform throughout the state. As a result some areas are inundated, others remain rain-deprived. At this point it is wise to invest in rain water harvesting.
Assam demonstrates huge potential for successful rainwater harvesting. If implemented on a larger scale, it could be instrumental in curbing problems like floods, soil erosion, drought, water scarcity, and water-logging. This apart, the collected water could also be used for various activities like agriculture, animal husbandry, infrastructural development etc.
Since Large-scale Rainwater Harvesting won’t be a reality without the active participation of citizen at large, Government of Assam solicits your valuable and innovative suggestions covering ways to take rainwater harvesting from domestic to public setups.

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Recycle it... Recover it....

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Vipin Kumar 2 weeks 9 hours ago

The Green life

Adore it.... Store it....

There is no higher quality source of water available to us than rainwater. Unlike water captured in dams which requires an extensive treatment process to ensure a quality fit for human consumption, rainwater that is collected on roofs and stored appropriately represents a sustainable source of water ideal for use inside and outside the home. Collecting and using rainwater can be a great way to conserve resources.

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Vipin Kumar 2 weeks 9 hours ago

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Capture it... Utilize it....

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Vipin Kumar 2 weeks 9 hours ago

The Green life

Recycle it... Recover it....

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Vipin Kumar 2 weeks 9 hours ago

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Capture it... Utilize it....

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