By : MITESH PATEL
(U10CE046)

Mentor: Shri Ravin tailor
Assistant Professor
CED, SVNIT
Introduction
 The total amount of water on earth remains

constant. The rapid growth in population
together with the exte...
What is Rainwater Harvesting
 Rainwater

harvesting is the accumulating and
storing, of rainwater. It has been used to
pr...
Need of Rainwater Harvesting
 Water is becoming scarce.
 Surface water is inadequate to meet

our demand.
 We have to d...
Rainwater Harvesting Techniques
Roof top rainwater harvesting.
Surface runoff harvesting .
Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting
 In rooftop harvesting, the roof becomes the

catchments, and the rainwater is collected f...
How to Harvest Rainwater
 Collect water from the rooftop.
 Draw it down from pipes.
 Filter the water.
 Store in a sum...
Elements of Rooftop Rainwater
Harvesting
 CATCHMENT
 CONDUITS
 FILTERS
 STORAGE
FACILITY
SURFACE RUNOFF HARVESTING
 Harvesting of surface

runoff and storage of
the same into reservoirs
such as water pans
makes...
Advantages of RWH
 RWH is the ideal solution for

all water requirements.
 Increase in ground water level.
 Reduces flo...
Disadvantages of RWH
 Seasonal nature and uncertainty of rainwater supply

depending on the region in the world.
 Capita...
Study Area:-SVNIT Campus
 Total roof top area = 1,29,655.77 m2

 daily amount of water to be
Collect:- 5186.23 m3

 No ...
Summary
 On of the best way to solve the world burning facing issue:







Water Scarcity.
Helps in Raising Ground ...
Rain Water Harvesting

Noble Goal
THANKYOU
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Rain water harvesting

  1. 1. By : MITESH PATEL (U10CE046) Mentor: Shri Ravin tailor Assistant Professor CED, SVNIT
  2. 2. Introduction  The total amount of water on earth remains constant. The rapid growth in population together with the extension of irrigated agriculture and industrial development, are putting stress on the natural ecosystems. In the face of growing problems, society has begun to realize that it can no longer subscribe to a use and discard philosophy with any natural resource. One such resource is WATER. To deal with it, a technique called RAIN WATER HARVESTING was introduced where rain water is used to meet some of our daily needs.
  3. 3. What is Rainwater Harvesting  Rainwater harvesting is the accumulating and storing, of rainwater. It has been used to provide drinking water, water for livestock, water for irrigation or to refill aquifers in a process called ground water recharge.  The principle of collecting and using precipitation from a catchments surface.  Rain water harvesting means to make optimum use of rain water at the place where it falls i.e. conserve it and not allow draining away and causing floods elsewhere.
  4. 4. Need of Rainwater Harvesting  Water is becoming scarce.  Surface water is inadequate to meet our demand.  We have to depend on ground water.  To reduce soil erosion.  Groundwater is getting depleted and polluted.  Improves the ground water quality.  Increasing population of India.  Of the total water on earth, only 3% constitutes freshwater. Rest is saline water in the oceans.  11% of the total fresh water on earth is groundwater available up to a depth of 800m which can be extracted for use
  5. 5. Rainwater Harvesting Techniques Roof top rainwater harvesting. Surface runoff harvesting .
  6. 6. Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting  In rooftop harvesting, the roof becomes the catchments, and the rainwater is collected from the roof of the house/building. It can either be stored in a tank or diverted to artificial recharge system. This method is less expensive and very effective and if implemented properly helps in augmenting the ground water level of the area.
  7. 7. How to Harvest Rainwater  Collect water from the rooftop.  Draw it down from pipes.  Filter the water.  Store in a sump or tank for later use.  Charge the groundwater through a soak pit.  Lead the water into a well to increase ground water content.
  8. 8. Elements of Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting  CATCHMENT  CONDUITS  FILTERS  STORAGE FACILITY
  9. 9. SURFACE RUNOFF HARVESTING  Harvesting of surface runoff and storage of the same into reservoirs such as water pans makes it available for use when required.  In this method of collecting rainwater for irrigation,waterflowing along the ground during the rains will be collected to a tank below the surface of the ground.
  10. 10. Advantages of RWH  RWH is the ideal solution for all water requirements.  Increase in ground water level.  Reduces flooding of roads .  Reduced soil erosion.  Improves the ground water quality.  Low cost and easy to maintain.  Reduces water and electricity bills
  11. 11. Disadvantages of RWH  Seasonal nature and uncertainty of rainwater supply depending on the region in the world.  Capital costs .  Regular maintenance and cleaning is essential for successful operation.
  12. 12. Study Area:-SVNIT Campus  Total roof top area = 1,29,655.77 m2  daily amount of water to be Collect:- 5186.23 m3  No of bores need for harvesting:-208  Amount of water to be collect in 30 days:-173586.9m3
  13. 13. Summary  On of the best way to solve the world burning facing issue:      Water Scarcity. Helps in Raising Ground water level. Harvested water can be used for Daily household needs. It is economical. Its not a permanent solution as water is not available throughout the year but it can be utilized to its maximum extent. Water is an important resource we should be very careful while dealing with it.
  14. 14. Rain Water Harvesting Noble Goal
  15. 15. THANKYOU
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