Among all the natural resources available to man, rain water is by far the most important. This natural resource sustains life on the planet, making it truly unique. The planet’s water system can be studied broadly under the categories of natural and artificial. The natural water system is the result of the rainfall that the planet receives. The rain water collects in the natural water bodies like rivers, lakes and ponds and is then used at a later stage after multiple filtration processes by local governing bodies. The rest of the rain water suffers surface run off and is lost once it merges with the sea water. Due to the salinity, sea water cannot be resourced very easily.The growing world population and the reduction of the average annual rainfall in many regions of the world due to the effects of global warming have taken a toll on the availability of water. This has ushered in an awareness that has culminated in the designing and engineering of rain water harvesting systems. The rain water harvesting systems are designed with storage tanks and pipes to source and supply the tank form one side and route the water to a faucet from the other. The synthetic tanks are fitted either above the ground or underground and have in built filtration sheets to keep at bay debris and sediments. The artificial water system is engineered by professionals who are dedicated to the endeavor. They market the products in a market segment within the industry and make available extras like after sales servicing of the tanks, customizing the available designs and free counseling on the installation. The artificial water systems are designed to make available rain water during the dry months. However, the amount of water that can be sourced largely depends on the rainfall in the region and the consumption. The rain harvesting water systems are easily available and you can educate yourself on the same either online or offline. Many societies around the world have already installed and are using the rain water stored in the system. The water thus sourced has made green-lands out of dry, beige and brown landscapes and has enabled many a farmer to invest and develop double and triple cropping in a year. The rain harvesting water systems are traditional designs that flaunt modern engineering. Neither the concept nor the technique are new and have been around since biblical times. The land that is chosen for installation of a rain harvesting water system is first lined and then supported to avoid buoyancy during heavy rains. The storage barrel or tank installed gets filled with water from surface run off areas like unpaved surfaces and roof tops and the water is stored to meet water requirements later. The rain harvesting water systems can be installed in individual units and complexes. They generate a sense of responsibility every time the water is sourced for use. The system has been successfully adopted in many regions of the world and is credited with the rejuvenating of land, prevention of soil erosion and water conservation.
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