New Delhi. The Kejriwal government is going to start a unique experiment to increase the ground water level in Delhi and use rain water efficiently. For this, the Delhi Government will implement Rainwater Harvesting Systems in Dungarpur, a district of Rajasthan in Delhi. This model is known as ‘Inline Rain Water Harvesting System’. This model is quite economical, which has been successfully adopted in Dungarpur district of Rajasthan. Delhi’s Water Minister and Delhi Jal Board Chairman Satyendra Jain said on Monday that this water harvesting system has been made using new technologies and the rain water will be diverted directly to the borewell instead of a water harvesting pit. sends in.
kejriwal government will implement rajasthan model in delhi
Let us inform that a new scheme has been prepared to encourage the conservation of rain water in Delhi. For this, the Delhi government has now decided to give financial assistance as well. Delhi Jal Minister and Delhi Jal Board Chairman Satyendar Jain on Monday held a meeting with senior officials to simplify the process of installing rooftop rainwater harvesting systems. Now the Kejriwal government will give financial assistance of up to 50 thousand rupees to those who install rooftop rainwater harvesting system. Along with this, 10 percent discount will also be given on water bills.
The Delhi government will provide financial assistance to those who conserve rain water to set up rainwater harvesting systems.
What is Dungarpur Rain Water Harvesting Model
Let us tell you that in this system, in Dungarpur district of Rajasthan, rain water gets filtered inside the pipe itself and it does not need to make a separate filter system or harvesting pit. In an ‘inline’ rainwater harvesting system, the rainwater pipe is directly connected to a filter pipe. This filter pipe consists of a geotextile membrane, sand and gravel-stone, which clean the water during its flow. The total length of this filter is about 90 centimeters.
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how cheap is this model
Apart from this, it is much cheaper than the traditional rainwater harvesting model. Water Minister Satyendar Jain said in this regard that the reason for this system being cost-effective is that it does not require large structures. On the one hand, where the cost of installing a traditional rainwater harvesting system ranges from 75 thousand to one lakh rupees. On the other hand, installing inline rain water harvesting system costs only 16 thousand rupees.
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