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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
ANALYZING THE EXISTING SCENARIO OF MAJOR TRADITIONAL WATER HARVESTING SYSTEMS
Anurag Chauhan
Pages: 2762-2769
Abstract
This is due to rising demand for water to meet demands in households, farms, and factories as the world's population grows. Because of faulty and inefficient water distribution networks, the situation has been deteriorating. It has been shown that RWH is a viable long-term solution to the problem of water scarcity at ground level. During the last two decades, India has suffered through a severe water shortage. India's location and topography make it a prime candidate for RWH development. The purpose of this research is to analyze the change in Joda, India's groundwater levels over the previous decade in order to determine the effect of using RWH procedures as an artificial recharge option for assessing the town's groundwater table (2009-19). The technical viability was determined by comparing the amount of water collected during the rainy and dry seasons with the amount of water used per family per month. The water system's intake and discharge were also tested for 16 different chemical, physical, and microbial characteristics.
Keywords
Rainwater, Harvesting, Water Resources Management, Groundwater
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