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Long lasting life
Easy to install
Free from rust
Rainwater harvesting (RWH) offers several benefits and still is a simple low-cost technique that demands minimum knowledge or expertise. In rural areas for drinking water purpose, the most commonly used technique is rooftop rainwater harvesting in which rainwater collected rainwater on the roof is transported through gutters to a storage tank and here it provides water at the consumption point. Gathered rainwater can supplement other sources of water when they turn out to be low quality like saline ground water or are scarce. Further it also offers a decent option and substitution in times of drought or when the wells go dry and water table drops. This technology is adaptable and versatile to a vast range of conditions. It is brought into use in the poorest and richest societies as well in the driest and wettest of areas.
Rainwater gathered at the rooftop is transported via gutters to a storage tank or reservoir, where it provides water for consumption. Vast assortment of systems an be availed for RWH systems and for treating water during, before and after storage, also that prevents water from contamination.
By the measure of precipitation or rainfall the supply is limited. This also limits the size of the storage reservoir and catchment area. These storage reservoirs can differ in size from a single cubic meter to 100 cubic meters for extensive projects. But normally these are sized maximum up to 20-30 cubic meters for residential system.
The quality of rainwater is generally better than all the other available or conventional sources of water (groundwater may be not taken into use due to salinity, fluoride, arsenic, etc.)
Building of RWH systems can be easy and simple depending on the scale. Local people can build these easily through very less training. This results in increased participation, cost reduction and encouragement of sustainability & ownership at the level of community.
O & M
Regular maintenance and proper operation is an essential factor which is overlooked often. For the successful running of systems regular, cleaning, inspection, maintenance and repair from time to time is important.
Drinking water of fine quality can be obtained, if the system is well built and maintained.
It collects and take in to use the water which would otherwise have been lost at consumption point.
The supply of water is limited by the size of rainfall, storage reservoir & catchment area.
In rural areas small-scale rooftop rainwater harvesting can be installed anywhere: the technology is easy to adapt and is flexible for a very wide range of conditions. It can be used in the poorest and the wealthiest of societies, and also in the wettest and driest parts of earth. This gathered rainwater can be useful when the other sources of water become scarce or the quality of water becomes low. In addition, this offers a very good alternative during the times of drought or at times when wells go dry.