Let’s see the change together!


Follow rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharge techniques and let rainwater go down to earth to replenish the water table. We have the ability to change the current water scenario through the installation of rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharge systems. Harvest rainwater. Recharge groundwater. Let’s see the change together!

Components of a Rainwater Harvesting System

This article contains all the details of the components you need to know about rainwater harvesting system. “A rainwater harvesting system comprises components of various stages – transporting rainwater through pipes or drains, filtration, and storage in tanks for reuse or recharge.”

Best Paani CEO Sajal Pradhan speaking with US Embassy Nepal PAO Tristram Perry

Best Paani CEO, Sajal Pradhan, at Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2017 at Hyderabad, India. Best Paani represented Nepal at the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit, a collaboration of Government of the United States, led by Ivanka Trump and the Government of India, led by Narendra Modi.

Best Paani at FNCCI

Tiger Pitch

On 21st November 2017, Best Paani CEO, Ms. Sajal Pradhan, pitched on the importance of groundwater recharge systems for sustainable utilization of water resources in Nepal in the Tiger Pitch event hosted by US Embassy at FNCCI . Best Paani along with five other companies did pitching on their respective issues and her pitch was to lobby the government on how urgent it is to shift the attention towards groundwater recharge systems to mitigate the water scarcity in inevitable times of drought. All the five companies will be attending Global Entrepreneurship Summit India 2017 in Hyderabad, India from Tuesday November 28, 2017 to Thursday November 30, 2017 for putting up their issues on international platform. Best Paani wishes Ms. Pradhan all the best!

One of the Project Sites of Chitwan National Park


On September 6 2017, WWF Nepal chose Best Paani as its implementation partner for the installation of bio-sand filtration systems in 30 guard posts inside Chitwan National Park. This project was  financially supported by WWF Nepal. These systems will now provide clean drinking water to approximately 450 users inside the Park.

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