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Recharge well to infiltrate stormwater

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Recharge wells called leaky wells in Australia , are a good device to pick up and infiltrate storm water from drains. They reduce flooding, increase groundwater level and are a good way to manage rainwater in cities. Here is one way of making a recharge well. In Bangalore it can recharge at the rate of 4000 litres an hour handling the highest intensity of rain that can occur safely.

More info: rainwaterclub and arghyam
Produced by: zenrainman
Year: 2004
Language: n/a

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