Rain water harvesting installation not expensive: Experts

Many are of the opinion that rainwater harvesting can cost millions of rupees. But,. Experts believe that harvesting can be done at a lower cost.

1-2 lakhs for the purpose of collecting more rain water in large apartments. There are also those who adopt spending and harvesting. Large-scale harvesting systems can greatly benefit from water problems in apartments. Millions of homes cost Rs. Cost is difficult to implement and harvest. But if there is a sump in the house, the pipe and filter alone will cost Rs. Harvesting can be installed inside.

According to Water Board data, the sump at a 30/40 house is Rs 43,000. Can be harvested from This includes a cost of Rs. 13,000 for a pipe, Rs. It costs. The 2-thousand-liter sump will cost around Rs. It costs. In the case of sump in the 60/40 space, the harvesting cost is Rs. It costs. Of this, Rs 16,000 is for pipe and Rs. It costs. But this is a calculation of estimation. Harvesting can be done at a lower cost, according to board officials.

According to some experts, the lowest expenditure is Rs. Harvesting is possible inside. Sumps are usually built for water in homes. 1-2,000 for a ceiling pipe. And the filter costs Rs. 6,500. Spending is enough. The cost of remaining work is Rs. Can be harvested inside. If the filter is not required, the sump can be connected directly to the pipe by means of a tar. It only costs a pipe.

“If you have 6,000 liters of sump in a 30/40 house, you can harvest at a very low cost. Sump has a filter of Rs 6,500 and a couple of thousand rupees. Pipes can be installed at cost. It is estimated to cost 12-13 thousand rupees to construct a 10 foot ingot. It costs. Once harvested, it will yield at least 1 lakh liters of rain water per year. This will save on the cost of tanker water, ” said Ayyappa Masagi, a harvesting expert.

“If the sump is on and you have your own water filter, you will have to pay Rs. Costs inside. Harvesting is still a bit expensive if it involves installation. Spending will be reduced if people start harvesting in their homes, ”said expert S. Vishwanath.

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