Water spill from concrete road

Environmentalists are concerned that concrete roads, which are limited to the rural areas of Bangalore, are now outraged by the fact that they are now taking to the streets of villages.

Officials and politicians have gone out of their way to concretize all the gates in the village. But environmentalists are of the opinion that if this continues, the groundwater will be drained.

Groundwater collapsed: Rainwater harvested in a district with no river source. Water is available to the people of the district for drinking and regular use only as the ground water falls to the falls. Groundwater levels have fallen 1500 feet over the past two decades. They say concrete roads are the direct cause of this.

Recently, the construction of concrete roads has been hampered by the revival of lakes in the district. 20 years ago, there was an enormous amount of water in the lake. The amount of precipitation still falls as much as it did during that time. But nowadays 1500 bore pipes are not getting water. The main reason for this is the lack of water inside the earth.

Water movement: A large-scale campaign is being conducted by District Collector Karigowda in the district for protection of the lake and groundwater protection. Planting is taking place in all possible public places, including the shootings. In addition, the Collector himself is working on adopting a rainfall plan for rainwater harvesting. Many industries have already adopted rainfall. In another month, all the welfare centers, industries, hospitals and hotels in the district will be receiving rainfall. There is also the outrage over rainwater harvesting as the water level is going to be so large that the rain water is unable to stand.

Warming: Concrete works cost Rs. It is a tragedy that the governments that are spending so much money on rain water conservation have not allocated money. Previously, there was little water when the lotus road was built. The road and sewers of the village are covered with concrete, causing the water to recede and the ponds to fall. He said that if the lack of water from the construction of unscientific concrete road is on the one hand, the government is indirectly responsible for the increase in temperature from cement road construction.

Chandrasekharya, an environmental lover of Periyaballapur, says that the construction of a cement road in the city, town and village should be done side by side with water. In many cases, the roots of plants and trees are being covered in concrete. As a result, large trees are spreading in various cities including Bangalore. The villagers have demanded that the same situation be brought to the villages before they reach the villages.

The city of Bangalore is already full of cement. Environmentalist K Gurudev said the city of Bangalore may have to face water in the future as concrete is squeezed into the existing roads. According to some reports, there will be no water in Bangalore by 2020. In Cape Town, Bangalore is also getting water, as it is unscrupulously doing concrete work without making any drainage system. Cape Town tops the list of the 250 most underwater cities, followed by Bangalore. Representatives and officials should be wary and plan for water supply. Falling rain water should go to the ground and think about augmenting groundwater. Compared to urban areas, concrete effect is less in villages. Still, it is advisable to take precautions.

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