Water Conservation

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

Preeyam Budhia on Rainwater Harvesting

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.”

So what is the solution? Providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation. An excellent way to conserve water is Rainwater Harvesting – the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres.

In West Bengal, Patton Group has been proactively addressing water woes, ideating solutions, and taking leadership to combat this looming crisis via 52 Rainwater Harvesting Projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata.

a) Rainwater harvesting projects 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

  • ILGUS Bhawan, Salt Lake

  • 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

b) Rainwater Harvesting Project at our Uluberia Patton Plant:

  • 30,000-litre capacity rainwater harvesting project

  • Will be scaling project to 50,000 litres for captive consumption

  • Our aim is to install tanks to collect 2,00,000 litres of rainwater

c) The Bonnie Camp Project – Sunderbans:

Till 4 years ago, Bonnie Camp used to get their drinking water supply from Kolkata via steamer. This was not only a transportation hassle, but also added to air pollution. Today, after the Rainwater Harvesting project, they have fresh drinking water on site all year around.

Suitable for domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres, Rainwater Harvesting is:

  • Easy-to-install

  • Easy-to-adopt

  • Financially viable

  • Hassle-free to maintain

  • Suitable for homes, apartments, gated communities, offices, commercial buildings, farming, factories

Preeyam Budhia (President, Business Development)
writing on Water Conservation – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

Green Intrapreneur Preeyam Budhia on Sustainability

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with Cal Calling

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with CNN News18 (Uncut)

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with Red FM about Patton Group’s
Rain Water Harvesting Projects

Preeyam Budhia speaking on
‘Water Conservation Initiatives’
at the CMA Knowledge Exchange

Patton Group –
Making every drop count

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with CNN News18

Preeyam Budhia speaking on ‘Rainwater Harvesting’ at ICC Inspiration 2019

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

Preeyam Budhia on Rainwater Harvesting

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.”

So what is the solution? Providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation. An excellent way to conserve water is Rainwater Harvesting – the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres.

In West Bengal, Patton Group has been proactively addressing water woes, ideating solutions, and taking leadership to combat this looming crisis via 52 Rainwater Harvesting Projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata.

a) Rainwater harvesting projects 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

  • ILGUS Bhawan, Salt Lake

  • 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

b) Rainwater Harvesting Project at our Uluberia Patton Plant:

  • 30,000-litre capacity rainwater harvesting project

  • Will be scaling project to 50,000 litres for captive consumption

  • Our aim is to install tanks to collect 2,00,000 litres of rainwater

c) The Bonnie Camp Project – Sunderbans:

Till 4 years ago, Bonnie Camp used to get their drinking water supply from Kolkata via steamer. This was not only a transportation hassle, but also added to air pollution. Today, after the Rainwater Harvesting project, they have fresh drinking water on site all year around.

Suitable for domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres, Rainwater Harvesting is:

  • Easy-to-install

  • Easy-to-adopt

  • Financially viable

  • Hassle-free to maintain

  • Suitable for homes, apartments, gated communities, offices, commercial buildings, farming, factories

Preeyam Budhia (President, Business Development) writing on Water Conservation – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

Green Intrapreneur Preeyam Budhia on Sustainability

Preeyam Budhia
in conversation with
Cal Calling

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with CNN News18

Preeyam Budhia speaking on
‘Water Conservation Initiatives’ at
the CMA Knowledge Exchange

Patton Group –
Making every drop count

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with Red FM about Patton Group’s
Rain Water Harvesting Projects

Preeyam Budhia in conversation
with CNN News18 (Uncut)

Preeyam Budhia speaking on
‘Rainwater Harvesting’ at
ICC Inspiration 2019

RAINWATER HARVESTING & GROUND WATER RECHARGING

Preeyam Budhia on Rainwater Harvesting

According to the UN, by 2030, “almost half the world’s population will be living in areas of high water stress.”

So what is the solution? Providing and implementing sustainable solutions for water conservation. An excellent way to conserve water is Rainwater Harvesting – the process of collecting the rainwater for productive future use in the domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres.

In West Bengal, Patton Group has been proactively addressing water woes, ideating solutions, and taking leadership to combat this looming crisis via 52 Rainwater Harvesting Projects across Darjeeling, Purulia, Bardhaman, the Sunderbans, and Kolkata.

a) Rainwater harvesting projects 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

  • ILGUS Bhawan, Salt Lake

  • 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

b) Rainwater Harvesting Project at our Uluberia Patton Plant:

  • 30,000-litre capacity rainwater harvesting project

  • Will be scaling project to 50,000 litres for captive consumption

  • Our aim is to install tanks to collect 2,00,000 litres of rainwater

c) The Bonnie Camp Project – Sunderbans:

Till 4 years ago, Bonnie Camp used to get their drinking water supply from Kolkata via steamer. This was not only a transportation hassle, but also added to air pollution. Today, after the Rainwater Harvesting project, they have fresh drinking water on site all year around.

Suitable for domestic, agricultural, and industrial spheres, Rainwater Harvesting is:

  • Easy-to-install

  • Easy-to-adopt

  • Financially viable

  • Hassle-free to maintain

  • Suitable for homes, apartments, gated communities, offices, commercial buildings, farming, factories

Preeyam Budhia (President, Business Development) writing on Water Conservation – Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

Green Intrapreneur Preeyam Budhia on Sustainability

Preeyam Budhia in conversation with Cal Calling

Preeyam Budhia in conversation with Red FM about Patton Group’s Rain Water Harvesting Projects

Preeyam Budhia in conversation with CNN News18

Preeyam Budhia in conversation with CNN News18 (Uncut)

Preeyam Budhia speaking on ‘Water Conservation Initiatives’ at the CMA Knowledge Exchange

Preeyam Budhia speaking on ‘Rainwater Harvesting’ at ICC Inspiration 2019

Patton Group – Making every drop count