Dry Beed village plans rainwater harvesting to tackle water crisis

by Paul Joseph on May 12, 2013 · 0 comments

PUNE: The drought-hit Kamkhera village in Beed taluka is all set to try rainwater harvesting, hoping it would end the dry spell. Half the wells in this village have dried up and villagers here have now invited Pune-based Paranjya to help set up two rainwater harvesting plants. Paranjya, that has introduced several residential societies in Pune to rainwater harvesting as an effective and simple technique to conserve water, will travel to Beed on May 13 to educate villagers on its benefits of storing rainwater and recharging groundwater aquifers. Kamkhera’s 6,000-odd villagers currently make do with water from three government tankers which come from the nearby reservoir daily. Of the 20

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