Water 1 Any land anywhere can be used to harvest rainwater
The fundamental reason: extend the fruits of the monsoon
The basic principle: Catch water where it falls
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TRADITIONAL

Indigenous systems

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MODERN

Contemporary systems

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HARVESTERS

Profiles

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Modern Systems

Groundwater Dams

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A good way to harvest rainwater.  See the detailed instructions and diagrams.

 

Rashtrapati Bhavan

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A look at the system employed by the President of India to harvest rainwater on the Rastrapati Bhavan grounds.  This is one of the largest rainwater harvesting systems in the world.

Ferrocement Tanks

ferro_sm.jpg (2294 bytes) A low cost solution to storing harvested water that is easy and efficient.  It uses simple materials and can be adapted to any region and for any purpose.
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