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Rainwater conservation involves collecting water for future use during the rainy season or monsoon when many parts of india receive fairly heavy rainfall. Rainwater conservation has been used for a long time in various parts of India where the summer months are harsh and the rainy seasons are short and the rainfall insufficient. Due to poor infrastructure in India the local government cannot supply water for a long period of time daily in most parts of india. Usually water will be supplied from government sources only for an hour or three hours daily and it may not be sufficient for all needs especially for large families and commercial establishment,
A rainwater utilization system comprises of a filter, storage tank, pump and mains valve that is connected to services and appliances to use rainwater for toilet flushing, laundry and garden irrigation. Stored and treated rainwater may be used for watering gardens, agriculture, flushing toilets, in washing machines, washing cars. For these applications, high levels of water purity are not needed, hence rain water can be used.
It can also for drinking, especially when other water supplies are unavailable, expensive, or of poor quality, and that adequate care is taken that the water is not contaminated or the water is adequately filtered. Rainwater remains one of the purest forms of water available in the world. If rainwater conservation methods are not used, the water will be wasted.
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