I recently viewed your site on rainwater
harvesting in Delhi. It is really praiseworthy that your organisation could compile such
data and post it on the web for public use. This information should be utilised for the
development of our country. After visiting your site, anybody with a sound scientific
background can design his or her own rainwater harvesting structure. Such data can also be
of use to industries for planning effluent discharge and impact assessment studies. One
need not run from pillar to post any longer to collect data on groundwater and
You must be aware that the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai has already made rainwater harvesting mandatory for new constructions. Efforts are also being made to create awareness among the masses to take up rainwater harvesting schemes in existing buildings. The Municipal Corporation has also set up a special cell to guide people about rainwater harvesting concepts and techniques. Our cell is also trying to bring various NGOs together to approach common people more effectively.
It is understood that your organisation has provided substantial help in setting up a rain centre in Chennai. It is also learnt that you are in the process of setting up a rain center in Hydrabad. We are interested in setting up such centres in Mumbai with the help of NGOs.
Vijay Y Joshi,
I have visited your website and was tremendously impressed. Indeed, water shortage is going to be a major crisis in the globe.
We are an ISO14001 certified company and we are planning to undertake rainwater harvesting. Since we have no information on this, we request your guidelines, which will enable us to proceed in the matter.
R B Ananth,
The job done for water harvesting at Jamia Hamdard University under your guidance was interesting. We need your help in providing an expert who would visit areas and advice us in the implementation. We need recharging of tubewells and wells to be done before end of this monsoon.