Simple & Affordable Water Harvesting Developed By Youths

Where there's a will, there's a well. A 30-year-old resident of Harmu Housing Colony in Ranchi is showing the way.

Durgesh Kumar Singh, who works with a voluntary organisation, and his friends are giving dead boreholes a fresh lease of life by turning them into water harvesting structures for just Rs 1,000.

Here's how the simple and pocket-friendly technology works.

The youths dig two pits to collect rainwater and recharge groundwater. The first pit is dug around the defunct borehole and the second 6ft away.....

Read more of this simple and affordable concept in a report by Raj Kumar published in The Telegraph.....

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