Monthly Action Taken Report on SWACHH BHARAT for November, 2017

A rainwater harvesting system was constructed at ICAR-CIFT office premises. The water harvesting system was established in the Pilot Plant premises of the Institute. The approximate roof area of the house is 300 m2 and total roof area to be utilized for Rainwater Harvesting System will be 150 m2. Average annual rainfall at CIFT campus is 3000 mm and effectively 405,000 litres can be collected. The storage capacity of the existing tank set up is 2000 litres and expecting refill of 100 times a year, total rainwater to be harvested will be 2 lakh litres of water which can substantially support the water requirements of the Institute.

The Rainwater Harvesting system was designed and developed by DrManoj Samuel, Principal Scientist &HOD (Engg.) of ICAR-CIFT, Cochin. It was inaugurated on 26.11.2017 by Dr J.K. Jena, DDG (Fisheries), ICAR, New Delhi.
     Dr J.K. Jena inaugurating the Rain Water Harvesting system    Water collected through rainwater harvesting system 


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