An Apartment


Banjara Hills, Hyderabad



Site Area

2260 sq. meters

Rooftop Area

1600 sq. meters

Annual Rainwater Potential

20 lac litres


The site has a rooftop potential of 32,000 litres of rainwater a day that ends up in the drains, instead of getting stored or recharging the groundwater. Also, the existing harvesting pits were filled with silt and are not serving their purpose.


Rainwater Harvesting: After a site analysis, we advised the builders/engineers to build recharge pits with an injection bore. This way we can save on the entire rooftop potential of the site each day when it rains and percolate them to the shallow aquifers beneath the ground.


Proper water management can help us meet our daily water requirements. By capturing and harvesting the rooftop rainwater, we were able to make great savings in terms of water tankers.