RAIN WATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.” As an environment-friendly organisation, PATTON Group is committed to providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation via Rainwater Harvesting and Ground Water Recharging

Patton has worked with  different  bodies  such  as  Public Health Engineering  Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council, Institute of Environmental Studies and Wetland  management,  Institution  of  Public  Health  Engineers, and the Forest Department to implement 52 rainwater harvesting projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata. 

The following are rainwater harvesting projects in West Bengal, installed by Patton, where the rainwater is being used as source of drinking water:

  • Gorkha Hill Council, Kurseong

  • Forest  Department, Darjeeling

  • High  Schools ( 3 places ) –  Arsa, Goalikocha, Baghmundi Ranga – Purulia District

  • 5 Health Sub-Centres – Bagora, Sourini, Ambiok, Pupung, Bhukulang – Darjeeling District

  • Office of  IESWM, Salt Lake

  • Bonnie  Camp  Tiger  Reserve, Lahiripur  Forest  Camp, Kalas  Tiger  Reserve,  Sajnekhali  Pakhiralaya  and Bhagabatpur at the Sunderbans

  • Many schools  in  the Sunderbans

At the Uluberia Patton plant, we have installed a rainwater harvesting project, and will be rolling out similar projects at our other plants for machine cooling, mould cooling, and gardening. We are in process of using it in the cooling tower too and our aim is to install tanks to collect 1,00,000 litres of rainwater. As a pioneer in Rainwater Harvesting in West Bengal, we intend to do the same with Ground Water Recharging.

Rainwater Harvesting is the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres. Ground Water Recharging is a method by which rainwater is directed via pipes into the subsurface of the ground, which after natural processes, turns into potable, drinking water that can be accessed by pumps.

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.” As an environment-friendly organisation, PATTON Group is committed to providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation via Rainwater Harvesting and Ground Water Recharging.

Patton has worked with  different  bodies  such  as  Public Health Engineering Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council, Institute of Environmental Studies and Wetland management,  Institution  of  Public  Health  Engineers, and the Forest Department to implement 52 rainwater harvesting projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata.

The following are rainwater harvesting projects in West Bengal, installed by Patton, where the rainwater is being used as source of drinking water:

  • Gorkha Hill Council, Kurseong

  • Forest  Department, Darjeeling

  • High  Schools ( 3 places ) –  Arsa, Goalikocha, Baghmundi Ranga – Purulia District

  • 5 Health Sub-Centres – Bagora, Sourini, Ambiok, Pupung, Bhukulang – Darjeeling District

  • Office of  IESWM, Salt Lake

  • Bonnie  Camp  Tiger  Reserve, Lahiripur  Forest  Camp, Kalas  Tiger  Reserve,  Sajnekhali  Pakhiralaya  and Bhagabatpur at the Sunderbans

  • Many schools  in  the Sunderbans

At the Uluberia Patton plant, we have installed a rainwater harvesting project and will be rolling out similar projects at our other plants for machine cooling, mould cooling, and gardening. We are in process of using it in the cooling tower too and our aim is to install tanks to collect 1,00,000 litres of rainwater. As a pioneer in Rainwater Harvesting in West Bengal, we intend to do the same with Ground Water Recharging. 

Rainwater Harvesting is the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres. Ground Water Recharging is a method by which rainwater is directed via pipes into the subsurface of the ground, which after natural processes, turns into potable, drinking water that can be accessed by pumps.

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.” As an environment-friendly organisation, PATTON Group is committed to providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation via Rainwater Harvesting and Ground Water Recharging.

Patton has worked with  different  bodies  such  as  Public Health Engineering  Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council, Institute of Environmental Studies and Wetland  management,  Institution  of  Public  Health  Engineers, and the Forest Department to implement 52 rainwater harvesting projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata.

The following are rainwater harvesting projects in West Bengal, installed by Patton, where the rainwater is being used as source of drinking water:

  • Gorkha Hill Council, Kurseong

  • Forest  Department, Darjeeling

  • High  Schools ( 3 places ) –  Arsa, Goalikocha, Baghmundi Ranga – Purulia District

  • 5 Health Sub-Centres – Bagora, Sourini, Ambiok, Pupung, Bhukulang – Darjeeling District

  • Office of  IESWM, Salt Lake

  • Bonnie Camp Tiger Reserve, Lahiripur Forest Camp, Kalas Tiger Reserve, Sajnekhali Pakhiralaya and Bhagabatpur at the Sunderbans

  • Many schools  in  the Sunderbans

At the Uluberia Patton plant, we have installed a rainwater harvesting project, and will be rolling out similar projects at our other plants for machine cooling, mould cooling, and gardening. We are in process of using it in the cooling tower too and our aim is to install tanks to collect 1,00,000 litres of rainwater. As a pioneer in Rainwater Harvesting in West Bengal, we intend to do the same with Ground Water Recharging.

Rainwater Harvesting is the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres. Ground Water Recharging is a method by which rainwater is directed via pipes into the subsurface of the ground, which after natural processes, turns into potable, drinking water that can be accessed by pumps.