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|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Service Duration||1-2 months|
Excessive digging of new bore-wells and incessant use of existing ones has resulted in severe depletion of groundwater levels rendering many a bore-well dry. Direct bore-well recharge technique combines common rainwater harvesting practices with innovative practices to replenish ground-tables and aquifers with naturally filtered rainwater. SRDS's ingenious solution to this issue involves the excavation of a pit sized 10x10x10 feet (in most cases) around the tube-wells casing pipe. Tiny slits are made into the casing pipe which is then wrapped with nylon mesh. Cement rings are laid one upon another around the pipe thus creating a circular structure in the center of the pit. The rest of the pit is packed with natural filtration material i.e. stones and sand. Adjoining this pit referred to as the primary percolation pit, a large pond is excavated. During the rains, rainwater from the plot is directed to this catchment pond via a series of trenches or piping. The water then enters the primary percolation pit and after undergoing filtration via the stones and the sand seeps in through the gaps between the cement rings. After a final round of filtration by the mesh, the water enters the casing pipes through the tiny slits thus going back underground to replenish the water tables and aquifers.Increased water-output:
Bore-wells recharged using our technique have an increased water-output. Completely dry bore-wells can be revived too.Better water-quality:
Sending back of naturally filtered rainwater into the groundwater tables results in a decrease in the proportion of impurities in the water. The bore-wells water thus loses its hardness with time.Cost-effective:
The use of locally procured natural materials enables us to deliver the bore-well recharge service at an extremely low cost.