Study on low cost housing with roof top rainwater harvesting
Dhanshree Gilbile, Pranay Dhopte, Sagar Talegaonkar, Harshal Khandait, Divyani Harpal, Kailas Burkul
Low Cost Housing Construction, Affordable Housing, Rural Housing For The Poor, Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting, Potable Water Saving, Ground Water Recharge
The concept of low cost housing ,through of recent origin has gained much success due to its practical utility in addressing the issue faced by rural people across the nation this concept adpoted of eco-friendly technology and enterprise development based on less cost resources and it can be use as a total in addressing the issue of sustainable livelihood and food security.It provide the poor access to multiple sources of livelihood through skill up gradation and technological empowerment. This report tries to highlight some of the Morden day technologies that can be undertaken for the development of villages in India which are carefully chosen keeping in mind the inherent strength like materials ,cost and efficiency. The technologies considered in detail here are the rat trap bond and filler slab .these technologies, if adopted while developing villages ,would help to do away with the financial problem to a great extent. In India rural housing is provided through Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana a walfare program of the government of India .it was first implemented in 1996 as Indira Gandhi Awaas Yojana and its aim is “housing for all’’ by 2022. An recent interest in rural housing and roof top rainwater harvesting has emphasised the importance of linking its development with productive use of natural resources and poverty reduction. Rainwater harvesting system, also called rainwater collection system technology that collects and stores rainwater for human use. This systems can supply households and businesses with water for use in dry seasons. The Main sourse of rooftop rain water harvesting is to make water available for future use. This systems is use to Capturing and storing rain water for use is particularly important in dry land, hilly, urban and coastal areas. In alluvial areas energy saving for 1m. It around rise in ground water level 0.40 kilo watt per hour.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 11

Page(s): 526 - 530
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