Rain water Harvesting

Get involved in water conservation by implementing rainwater harvesting systems and supporting projects for better water management. Join the hands of Organization for Social Impact & Assessment (OSIA) Trust to assist in distributing water sustainably for agriculture and local farming by rejuvenating ponds and lakes.

By taking small steps and collaborating with existing initiatives, we can create a ripple effect of positive change in water conservation. Let’s make every drop count and build a sustainable future together. Together, we can make a real difference!

Our Water-saving Journey

Collecting rainwater: Rain water can be collected By setting up rainwater harvesting system at home and premisses and it can be used for non-essential tasks like cleaning or car washing frees freshwater for essential needs.

Reusing used water: Why waste water from laundry and washing dishes when we can reuse it. We can reuse used water to water plants and clean outdoor areas, reducing waste and conserving water effectively.

Mindful water usage: Every drop counts so Simple actions like turning off the tap while brushing and using buckets instead of hose pipes to water plants/ clean floors and vehicles could make a big difference.

Joining Community Initiatives: Getting involved in local water conservation projects has been rewarding. It’s not just about cleaning up; it’s about building a culture of responsibility towards natural resources.

Knowledge sharing: Sharing knowledge and raising awareness about water conservation with peers and communities to advocate for sustainable water practices, aiming to inspire more individuals to join this important movement

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