In cities of Rajasthan such as Barmer, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Churu, Nagaur, Jodhpur, Pali and Jalore traditionally harvested rainwater
storage, ponds, rivers, streams, Kunds (small ponds), Baavdis (stepwell), pure artistic ponds made of lime and stone had been all destroyed by the villagers by filling them with soil and garbage.
The Broadway Tower also houses outdoor water gardens that reuse harvested rainwater
from the roof.
The existing facilities include a two-acre odor mitigation space that is run 100% with harvested rainwater
, solar pumps and repurposed high-volume chilled air from the cultivation greenhouses a true zero-carbon footprint.
Safina Musa, the station coordinator at Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute in Kisii, says water used for pond farming should have a high level of dissolved oxygen and be free of silt."Apart from rivers and streams, farmers can use harvested rainwater
and borehole water.
He sought the passage of House Bill 8088 which seeks the construction of facilities converting harvested rainwater
for non-potable uses.
(21) In this desert city, studies show that harvested rainwater
usage could reduce residential water usage by 30 to 40 percent.
'Using harvested rainwater
through innovative harvesting systems has become a viable option for supplying water for domestic use, irrigation and industrial use,' Chelugui said.
Regulatory Framework Supporting Roof Harvested Rainwater
Use harvested rainwater
where possible as these acid lovers don't like the pH of tap water which can be alkaline.
Similarly, the unlevelled, irregular and silted channel caused hindrance in conveying the harvested rainwater
from head to tail section of rod kohi.
from green roof and collected steam condensate are reused as graywater in the building and for truck washing.