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- Vikas Complex Cooperating Housing Society, Thane (W)

- C1& C2 Society Of Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

- A3 & A4 Society Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

- B1& B2 Society, Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

- A1 & A2 Society, Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

- Shalmali Building, Vasant Vihar, Thane

- Vasant Vihar Cooperative Housing Society, Vasant Vihar, Thane

- Kalpavriksha Tower, Vasant Vihar, Thane(W)

- Siddhivinayak Cooperative Housing Society, Vasant Vihar, Thane(W)

- Pitambari Year Bungalow, Thane

- Maharashtra Nature Park, Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai

- Jeevan Vihar, Bhandup (East)

- Ascona & Fantasia Buildings, Raheja Garden, Thane(w)

- Yashraj Park, Kasar Vadavli, Thane(w)

- Hyde Park Residency, Thane(w)

- Kandivali Krishna Cooperative Housing Society

- Highland Residency, Dhokali, Thane

- Malvani Royal, Malad (W), Mumbai

- Shubharambh Complex, Chithalsar,Manpada, Thane (W)

- Parijat Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

- Orient Group Buiders, Chembur

- Pride Park, Ghodbunder Road, Thane(W)

- Swastik Residency, Kavesar, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

- Prabodhan Municipal Ground, Goregaon (W), Mumbai

- Shramik Cooperative Housing Society, Chembur , Mumbai

- Swastik Palms, Off Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

- Bhramand, Azhad Nagar, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

- Raheja Vihar Rainbow Society, Pawai, Mumbai

- Solitaire Tower, Chithalsar, Manpada, Thane(W)

- Om Siddhi Cooperative Housing Society, Kandivali (W), Mumbai


   
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Vikas Complex Cooperating Housing Society, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 296 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 milli metre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 59 cubic metre (m3) or 59,1260 litres


Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using three recharge pits of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m each provided with recharge bores. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of pebbles, brick bats and sand before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2004 at a cost of Rs. 0.59 lakh.

Impact: There has been an improvement in the yield of bore well.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane- 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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C1& C2 Society Of Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 600 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 1,200 cubic metre (m3) or 12,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using a soak pit of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m with recharge bore. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2003 at a cost of Rs. 15 thousand.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level. No tankers have been required for the last two years.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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A3 & A4 Society Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 600 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 1,200 cubic metre (m3) or 12,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using two soak pits of sizes 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m and 1.8m x 0.9m x 1.5m with two recharge bores. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2004 at a cost of Rs. 0.40 lakh.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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B1& B2 Society, Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 330 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 660 cubic metre (m3) or 6,60,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using a soak pit of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m which is provided with a recharge bore. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2003 at a cost of Rs. 0.15 lakh.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com


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A1 & A2 Society, Harsiddha Park, Pawar Nagar

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 370 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 740 cubic metre (m3) or 7,40,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using two soak pits of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m each. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2006 at a cost of Rs. 0.22 lakh.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Shalmali Building, Vasant Vihar, Thane

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 370 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 740 cubic metre (m3) or 7,40,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using a soak pit of size 1.2m x 1.5m x 1.5m which is having a recharge bore. The collected water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2006 at a cost of Rs. 0.22 lakh.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level. Earlier, the bore well used to run for 5 to 6 minutes only but now it runs for 15 to 20 minutes continuously.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Vasant Vihar Cooperative Housing Society, Vasant Vihar, Thane

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1500 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 3000 cubic metre (m3) or 30,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater from the society is collected and diverted into a percolation pit. The pit is measuring 2.1m x 2.1m x 3m with open jointed brick masonary wall. The layers of bricks, metals and sand are used to filter the water before it is recharged into the sub soil strata.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2005 at a cost of Rs. 0.25 lakh.


Impact:There has been an improvement in the yield of bore well water and due to increased water availability the greenery has increased.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Kalpavriksha Tower, Vasant Vihar, Thane(W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 620 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 1240 cubic metre (m3) or 12,40,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using a percolation pit of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m with recharge bore. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2004 at a cost of Rs. 0.16 lakh.

Impact: There has been an improvement in the bore well water level. No tankers are required now when 4 to 6 tankers were required per day earlier.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Siddhivinayak Cooperative Housing Society, Vasant Vihar, Thane(W)


Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 370 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 740 cubic metre (m3) or 7,40,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is recharged using a percolation pit of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m with recharge bore. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2003 at a cost of Rs. 0.10 lakh.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level. No tankers are required now.

Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Pitambari – Year Bungalow, Thane

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 85 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 170 cubic metre (m3) or 1,70,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater collected from the bugalow is recharged using two soak pits of size 1.5m x 1.5m x 1.5m each provided with a recharge bore. The harvested water is filtered using the layers of boulders, pebbles and gravel before it is recharged to the sub soil.

The rainwater harvesting system was completed in the year 2006 at a cost of Rs. 0.43 lakh.

Impact:Improvement in the bore well water level is recorded.


Project designed by:
Enviro-Vigil
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Hospital Campus
Behind Boiler House, Kalwa
Thane - 400605
E-mail: envirovigil@indiatimes.com

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Maharashtra Nature Park, Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 5,600 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 11,200 cubic metre (m3) or 1,12,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The entire runoff collected from the campus is colleted and diverted into a lake with a capacity of 25 million litres. The water collected in the lake is used for irrigating trees on 32 acre land of nature park.

Impact: There has been a control on flooding and fresh water supplied by B.M.C. has been saved which can be served to 300 families to meet their for potable requirements.

Impact:The project was completed in 2006 with a cost of Rs 3.5 lakhs.


Contact Person:
Mr. Avinash Kubal
Deputy Director
Maharashtra Nature Park
Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai - 400017
Phone: (022) 24079939 / 24077641

Project designed by:
Maharashtra Nature Park Society
Dharavi, Sion, Mumbai - 400017

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Jeevan Vihar, Bhandup (East)


Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 4,000 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 7,250 cubic metre (m3) or 72,50,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 tanks of total capacity of 26,200 litres. The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The remaining water is recharged into ground by a recharge pit and four bore wells. The depth of the recharge bore wells is 20 meters.

The project was completed in 2005 with a cost of Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Haresh J. Thadeshwar
P.K. Enterprises
Jeevan Vihar, Bhandup (E)
Phone: (022) 25915366

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Ascona & Fantasia Buildings, Raheja Garden, Thane(w)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 4,700 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 8,850 cubic metre (m3) or 88,50,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater collected from the campus is stored in 2 tanks of combined capacity of 20,000 litres. The water is used for secondary purpose. The overflow of the tanks is recharged by a recharge pit provided with two bore wells.

The project was completed in 2006 with a cost of Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Shashnk Patwardhan
Ascona & Fantasia Buildings
Raheja Garden, Thane(W) - 400607
Phone: (022) 250258 / 2959

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Yashraj Park, Kasar Vadavli, Thane(w)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 5,000 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 11,250 cubic metre (m3) or 1,12,50,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 tanks of combined capacity 20,000 litres. The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The overflow of the tanks is recharged by recharge pits and two existing bore wells.
The project was completed in 2005 with a cost of Rs. 1.25 lakhs

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Shikhande
Yashraj Park
Kasar Vadavli, Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 25970234 / 56270507

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Hyde Park Residency, Thane(w)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 2,600 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 4,700 cubic metre (m3) or 47,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rooftop rainwater is collected in collection chambers and along with runoff collected from the campus, is recharged by a recharge well provided with two bore wells.

The project was completed in 2005. The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Gautam Kabra
Hyde Park Rasidency
Behind Tava-gyan Vidyapith
G.B.Road, Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 5682 / 25895958

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Kandivali Krishna Cooperative Housing Society

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1,280 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 2,360 cubic metre (m3) or 23,60,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 tanks. The capacity of storage tanks is 23,370 litres and water is used for secondary purpose. A recharge pit provided with three bore wells is used for ground water recharge.

The project was completed in 2005 with a cost of Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Anil Lohia
Kandivali Krishna Cooperative Housing Society
Ganesh Nagar, Charkop,
Kandivali (W), Mumbai - 400067
Phone: (022) 28678638

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Highland Residency, Dhokali, Thane

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
atchment area – 3,500 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 6,475 cubic metre (m3) or 64,75,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is collected and stored in 2 tanks of combined capacity 20,000 litres. The water is used for secondary purpose. The subsoil strata is recharged by a recharge well provided with two recharge bores.

The project was completed in 2006 with a cost of Rs. 1.25 lakhs.

Impact: There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Chopra
Highland Residency
Dhokali, Thane - 400607
Mobile- 9833091305

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Malvani Royal, Malad (W), Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1,210 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 2,210 cubic metre (m3) or 22,10,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in a tank of capacity 2500 litres. The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The overflow from the tanks is recharged by a recharge well having a recharge bore well.

The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.0 lakhs. The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Hitesh Bhai Patel
Malvani Royal
Malad(W), Mumbai - 400095
Phone: (022) 32980553

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Shubharambh Complex, Chithalsar,Manpada, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 3,410 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 6,245 cubic metre (m3) or 62,45,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater collected from the rooftop of the campus is collected and stored in 3 storage tanks . The capacity of the storage tanks is 30,000 litres. This water is used for horticulture purpose. The overflow of the system is used for ground water recharge through a recharge pit. The pit is also provided with three bore wells to facilitate movement of water into subsoil strata. The depth of recharge bore ranges from 18-30 meters.

The project was completed in 2005. The cost of the projects was Rs 2.0 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Gautam Kabra
Shubharambh Complex
Chithalsa, Manpada
Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 28678638

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Parijat Garden, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 14,500 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 25,885 cubic metre (m3) or 2,58,85,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 4 tanks. The total capacity of these storage tanks is 45,000 litres and harvested water is used for secondary purpose. There is also a recharge well with four recharge bore wells to facilitate ground water recharge. The depth of recharge bore ranges between 18-30 meters.

The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 3.0 lakhs. The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Jitendra Mehata
Parijat Garden
Soham Real Estate Cooperative Pvt. Ltd.
Ghodbunder Road, Thane(W)
Mobile: 9869128445

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Orient Group Buiders, Chembur

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1,668 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 3078 cubic metre (m3) or 30,78,500 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 storage tanks. The total capacity of these storage tanks is 11,250 litres and harvested water is used for secondary purpose. There are also recharge well with three recharge bore wells to facilitate ground water recharge. The depth of recharge bore is 30 meters.

The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.5 lakhs. The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr Dilip Bhai Patel
Orient Combined building No.2
Tilak Nagar, Shramik C.G.S. Ltd
Chembur, Mumbai-400089
Phone:56803389, 30911536
Mobile: 9869128445

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Pride Park, Ghodbunder Road, Thane(W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 7,620 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 13,820 cubic metre (m3) or 1,38,20,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 3 tanks of combined capacity 24000 litres and The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The ground is recharged by a recharge pit and three bore wells.

The project was completed in 2006. The cost of project implementation was Rs. 2.5 lakhs.

Impact: There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Kunal Gala
Pride Park
Opp. Lawkim Company next to Fort Point Motors
Ghodbunder Road
Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 55772830 / 2589

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Swastik Residency, Kavesar, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 7,900 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 14,300 cubic metre (m3) or 1,43,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 3 tanks. The size of each tank is 10,000 litres making a total storage capacity of 30,000 litres and water is used for secondary purpose. There is also a recharge pit provided with three bore wells to facilitate the movement of harvested water into subsoil strata.

The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.5 lakhs. The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Sachin Mirani
Swastik Residency Phase-II
Kavesar, Ghodbunder Road
Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 3093377

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Prabodhan Municipal Ground, Goregaon (W), Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 11,070 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 12,200 cubic metre (m3) or 1,22,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 storage tanks. The total capacity of these storage tanks is 24,000 litres and water is used for secondary purpose. The remaining water is recharged by a recharge pit which is provided with three recharge bore wells.

The project was completed in 2006. The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 5.0 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Subhash Desai
(Hon. MLA)
Mr. Ajay Naik- 932246340

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Shramik Cooperative Housing Society, Chembur , Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1,668 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 3,080 cubic metre (m3) or 30,80,000 litres.

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the society is stored in 2 tanks with a total capacity of 11,250 litres. The stored water is used for gardening purpose in the society. A recharge pit is used for recharging the remaining water. The pit is provided with two bore wells.

The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Dilip Bhai Patel
Orient Combined Building No.2
Shramik Cooperative Housing Society Ltd.
Tilak Nagar, Chembur, Mumbai - 400089
Phone: (022) 56803389/ 90/ 91, 30911536
Mobile: 9820825414

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Swastik Palms, Off Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 9,900 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 17,820 cubic metre (m3) or 1,78,20,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is collected and stored in 5 storage tanks. The total capasity of these storage tanks is apx. capacity 50000 litres. The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The ground is recharged by a recharge pit and five bore wells of 38 m depth.

The project was completed in 2006. The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 3.0 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Manoj Khetwani
Swastik Palms Phase-VII
Azhad Nagar, Off Ghodbunder Road
Thane(W) - 400607
Mobole: 9820234661

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Bhramand, Azhad Nagar, Ghodbunder Road, Thane (W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 5,700 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 10,330 cubic metre (m3) or 1,03,30,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus collected and stored in 3 storage tanks. The harvested water is used for secondary purpose. The total storage capacity of the tanks is 23,140 litres. There is also a recharge well with three recharge bore wells to facilitate ground water recharge.

The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.75 lakhs. The project was completed in 2006.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Gautam Kabra
Bhramand, Azhad Nagar
Ghodbunder Road, Thane(W)
Phone: (022) 55771883, 25896554/ 84

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Raheja Vihar Rainbow Society, Pawai, Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 500 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 1000 cubic metre (m3) or 10,00,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rainwater from the society is collected and stored in a storage tank. The capacity of the storage tank is 12,000 litres and it is used for horticulture purposes. The ground is recharged with the excess water by a recharge pit and a bore well.

The project was completed in 2006. The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.0 lakhs.

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Vinay Gupta
Raheja Vihar Rainbow Society
Pawai, Mumbai
Mobile: 982001392

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Solitaire Tower, Chithalsar, Manpada, Thane(W)

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 5,400 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Thane – 2350 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 8,560 cubic metre (m3) or 85,60,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The rooftop rainwater is collected from the tower and stored in a storage tank and used for secondary purposes. The capacity of the tank is 31,200 litres. There is also a recharge well with three recharge bore wells to facilitate ground water recharge.

The project was completed in 2006 with an approximate cost of Rs. 0.75 lakhs

Impact:There has been an improvement in the bore well water level.

Contact Person:
Mr. Nirmal Jain
Solitaire Tower
Chithalsa, Manpada
Thane(W)
Contact Anish- 9323128966

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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Om Siddhi Cooperative Housing Society, Kandivali (W), Mumbai

Rainwater Harvesting Potential
Catchment area – 1,400 square metres (sq. m)
Average annual rainfall in Mumbai – 2146.6 millimetre (mm)
Total water available from rainfall – 2,590 cubic metre (m3) or 25,90,000 litres

Rainwater Harvesting System
The runoff collected from the campus is stored in 2 storage tanks with a combined capacity of 20,000 litres. Residents use the stored water for secondary purposes. The excess water is recharged through a trough.

The project was completed in 2006. The cost of projects implementation was Rs. 1.5 lakhs.

Impact: Reduced water requirements from municipal supply and improved yield of the bore well.

Contact Person:
Mr. Anil Lohia
Om Siddhi Cooperative Housing Society
Sector-8, Charkop
Kandivali (W), Mumbai - 400067
Phone: (022) 28678638

Project designed by:
Sandeep Adhyapak
Head Projects, Water Field Technologies
4, Gautam CHS, Behind Durga Vihar
Panchpakhad,Thane-(West)
Phone- 9821340043
E-mail: sanadhyapak@rediffmail.com

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