Groundwater Recharge System: Concepts of Rainwater Harvesting

In our day-to-day life, we see rainwater flows from rivers and seas, but do you think we can use rainwater to increase the level of groundwater? Yes, we can use rainwater to increase the level of groundwater. It's possible by digging small lakes in the land to store water. Later, the soil absorbs the water and remains in the ground. Hence the level increases! Groundwater can be used for farming, and this would help solve irrigation problems. This concept was initiated to save our diversity for the future.

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