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Rain Water Harvesting

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There is about 70% of the total water on the earth, 97% of which is oceans and oceans, of which 2.4% is in the glaciers and accumulated in the North and South Pole which is salty and cannot be used for drinking. Only 3% water is potable. Only 0.6 percent of the water is in rivers, lakes and ponds that can be used. This potable potable water needs to be saved. In big cities of Chhattisgarh state like Raipur, Bilaspur, Ambikapur, Korba, Dhamtari, Janjgir-Champa, Jagdalpur, Bhilai, Durg etc., the level of ground water has gone down drastically. The most efficient way to overcome the water crisis is rain water harvesting system ie rainwater harvesting. The whole world is interested in this process. The water we store with rain water harvesting system. It can also be used in future.
On-23.07.2011, by issuing no. 2, by issuing rain water harvesting system under the purview of public welfare, issued a letter addressed to all the Commissioner Municipal Corporation of the state and all the Chief Municipality Officer of underground water conservation Order issued in relation to. Even after this order, this public welfare system is not being used properly anywhere in Chhattisgarh state.
This technology has many direct and indirect benefits, the details of which are as follows -
Reduction of dependence on government water supply by harvesting ground water.
Agricultural work is also possible where there is no need.
Achievement of high quality and chemical free pure water self-sufficiency in water sector.
Minimum cost of water supply.
Soil erosion minimized by controlling flood speed.
Availability of adequate amount of water to all.
The falling ground water level can be raised.
It serves as the main source of water.
This water is free from all kinds of fatal diseases etc.
In densely populated areas, rainwater flows from the roof to the drains and produces dirt, while storing it can relieve this problem.
The water stored inside the ground does not evaporate, thus reducing the possibility of water wastage.
The intensity of chemical substances in the accumulated water inside the ground is low.
There is no dependency on other sources.
The water obtained from rainwater harvesting is free from harmful bacteria and has a Ph value of 6.95 which is very close to ideal water.
In such a situation, several honorable high courts have duly ordered the following cases. The Government of Chhattisgarh is also
requested to make a strict order in this regard.- 1. A PIL in the Honorable Allahabad High Court- PIL No.-23209/2014 (Adarsh Shrivastava and others against Union of India and others) to the Government of Uttar Pradesh proper and The necessary instruction was issued.
2. A Public Interest Litigation in Hon'ble Jharkhand (Ranchi) High Court - PIL No.-1325/2011, -1730/2015, -5385/2015 (Autonomous and others against Government of Jharkhand and others)
3. Honorable Madhya Pradesh High Court A petition - WP. No.-2846/2016 (Dr. Smt. Rakhi Sharma v. State of Madhya Pradesh and others)
4. A petition in Hon'ble Delhi High Court - WPC475 No.-4975/2014 (RK Kapoor against National Capital Territory of Delhi and others)
 5. A Public Interest Petition in Hon'ble Mumbai (Nagpur Bench) High Court - PIL No.74 / 2016 (Anil s / o Sharadchand Mardikar v. State of Maharashtra and others)

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