How one apartment in Chennai beat water crisis

  • | Saturday | 20th July, 2019

Instead, they put together a robust water harvesting and recycling system that takes care of all their needs. Close to 1.5 lakh litres of water used by the residents on daily basis gets treated and harvested. Thus recycled water is used for several purposes -- around 50,000 litres for gardening, 1 lakh litres to recharge the groundwater table. The only change the apartment management had to do because of the water crisis, was to increase the frequency of checking for leaks and repairs. Similarly, 56 pipes, part of the harvesting system, is checked once a week as opposed to once a month earlier.

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