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We conduct free awareness sessions for government departments, schools, college, institutes, hotels, Architects, Builders, private office premises, housing societies, hospitals and any organization who are interested in knowing more about rainwater harvesting. We are open to collaborate with any reputed organization that need our services related to rainwater harvesting awareness program. Rainwater harvesting locally collects and stores rainfall through different technologies, for future use to meet the demands of human consumption or human activities. The art of rainwater harvesting has been practiced since the first human settlements. It has been a key entry point in local water management ever since, buffering supplies of rainfall to service the human demand of freshwater. As it involves the alteration of natural landscape water flows, it requires water experts to carefully consider the tradeoffs; however, it can create multiple benefits, offering synergies between different demands and users at a specific location, Rainwater harvesting is a technique to collect drinking water from rooftops, or to collect irrigation water in rural water tanks. However, rainwater harvesting has much wider perspectives, in particular if it is considered in relation to its role in supporting ecological system.

Rainwater harvesting can be a vital intervention in the rehabilitation of ecological system services for enhancing human well-being in the context of watershed management. Its appropriate application can influence changes in the well-being of both human-oriented and ecosystem services. The changes are triggered through synergies across sectors; for instance, through interactions between agricultural practices, rainwater recharge, soil conservation and food security needs. However, it is important to recognize that the approach of harvesting rainwater in watershed management, through major and minor schemes, has its own limitations, both in terms of appropriateness of the precise interventions, their techno-economic feasibility, and their practical method of implementation. Therefore, close monitoring of the impacts is required in environmental, economical, social and technical terms during all the phases of the project cycle as well as after the end of the project.

With the rural water sector in India poised for change and with the new vision for the sector, the sector demands newer capacities, skills and orientation of those working in it. The SkyJal is committed to spread awareness among all Indian organizations government or private for Rainwater harvesting activities so water crises can be abolished from this country and clean drinking water should be available for every Indian. SkyJal has expertise in rainwater harvesting projects and capable to conduct awareness workshop for people, architects, builders, housing societies and government or private organizations to motivate them regarding rainwater harvesting system implementation. We offer Rainwater Harvesting installation in Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Roorke, Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, Chandigarh, Mohali, Yamunanagar, Ambala, Shimla, Faridabad, Sonipat, Panipat, Agra, Mathura and Delhi NCR. More Details ...