Wednesday, 30 April 2014

ZERO ENERGY WATER

Zero Energy Water

Rainwater harvesting is the process of collecting and using rainwater in a scientific and controlled manner.

Rainwater can be collected from Flat roof or inclined roof.
Rain water can be stored at different levels. Storing the harvested rainwater on the roof itself will give you freedom from pump and electricity.

As the rainwater flows from clouds to the roof of our building, it is logical to store the water on the roof for future use. Since the roof water need filtration and the filters will need some head for the rainwater to flow through them, we can install rainwater tanks on a roof lower than that of the collection roof.

Water from this tank can be used in all the taps which are below this level. This water is “Zero Energy Water”
In nature, hydrological cycle takes the water which is on the ground through evaporation and form clouds. By this process water has traveled against the earth’s gravity and comes down as rain. Instead of allowing the roof top rainwater to flow in to the tank at the ground level, we can store part of harvested rainwater on the intermittent roof levels.

The rainwater stored in these tanks does not need electricity or pump for use, instead flows down by gravity.



1 comment :

  1. Hello
    I Read your article. Thanks for sharing such beautiful information, and I hope you will share some more info about Rainwater Harvesting. You wrote really very well, I really like your blog and information provided by you. I appreciate your work.
    Thanks

    ReplyDelete

Mr Shivakumar has several publications and significant number of patents, which are under commercial exploitation to benefit the society. His research experience spans over several fields and areas in applied sciences. He has a "National Award" to his credit, awarded by the Union Government of India in the year 2001 for one of his innovations. He was awarded the "Citizen Extraordinary" by Rotary International in the year 2007. The First Innovation award "Ammulya 2012" for two of his patents was awarded by Government of Karnataka in addition to other state awards and recognitions.