Gachibowli - Well
Successful Resoration of a long lost stepwell of landmark significance
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Growing Towards a
Blue Future

The Rainwater Project is a social enterprise,
focused on providing sustainable water management practices
and conserving the Earth’s natural water resources.

Today, more than one in 10 people around the globe do not have access to clean and fresh drinking water. By 2050, this number is expected to rise to one in every four. The demand for water in the world is increasing and Hyderabad is expected to be one of the cities that will run out of groundwater by 2050, as per Niti Aayog. On the other hand, our water tables are falling rapidly. Our lakes, wells and reservoirs are drying up. Our groundwater is getting polluted. Rainfall patterns are changing around the world, changing the water demography. These are grave predictions. The future looks dry and parched.

However, not all is lost. The good news is that this situation is reversible and manageable, and we can once again have sustainable water resources, if we ACT NOW by

Conserving

our water resources

Harvesting

our rainwater

Managing

our wastewater

This is what we do at The Rainwater Project. Whether you’re a homeowner or a corporate, a government body or a responsible citizen, we help you harness your rainwater, manage your water, and help you create a water positive ecosystem in your site.

What We Do

Consultation

We Visit, Assess and Propose

site specific, scientific and innovative solutions that are cost-effective & tailored to your needs.

Execution

We Supervise, Execute, Construct

rainwater harvesting structures and wastewater treatment plants for all types of properties.

Restoration

We expertise in Preservation & Restoration

of water bodies such as wells, ponds and lakes ensuring long term sustainability.

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Our Clients

Patnerships

GHMC
CHEREC
Govt-of-Telangana
SAHE
SAYTREE
AIC-IIITH