Projects Near Electronic City

Posted by satishmhpl on April 29th, 2019

Mahendra Aarna offers a comfortable living in Electronic city Phase 2 Bangalore, with everything you would want or desire, Modern designs and stylish finishes dominates the homes here. Spread over 9.2 acres 744 units offering 2 & 3 BHK in prime Electronics City The apartments ranges from 55L onwards. With 40 Plus amenities available here which includes clubhouses, sporting facilities and an equal number of children activity spaces.

Property for sale in Electronic City

Recharge through recharge wells can serve two very important purposes: first to control and mitigate flooding and secondly to help ensure rainwater percolates into groundwater. Groundwater recharge can be achieved through multiple “artificial recharge structures” such as recharge wells, direct borewell recharge, check dams (found in the rural context) etc. However this guide will focus on the “recharge well” as it is most appropriate in the urban context, consumes little real estate and can be retrofitted or integrated into real estate development. Further, the recharge well is very suited to the geology of Bangalore.

The main components of a rainwater harvesting system for groundwater recharge are:
Catchment: The rainwater collection area is any paved or unpaved surface, such as rooftop, plot (garden, driveway etc).  Catchments for recharge need not be “super clean” – since the water is getting recharged and the earth acts as a filter as it percolates into the ground.  Therefore, garden areas, paved areas, farmland and rooftops are appropriate catchments.  Catchments with chemical contamination however should be avoided.  Gardens and farmlands should be conscious about the use of fertilizers and pesticides.

Conveyance: In the case of rooftops, downpipes or gutters carry rainwater. In the case of plots, channels/pipes in the ground carry water. In layouts / campuses / large apartments storm water drains carry runoff from different catchments of the landuse (Eg: parks, roads, other paved areas, gardens and excess rooftop runoffs). Storm water drains therefore are a very important conveyance mechanism for recharge.

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