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Rainwater Harvesting? Bio-Sand Filtration?

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The largest environmental challenge that Nepal faces today is mismanagement of water. Impure water has led to heightening waterborne diseases and in spite of being able to suffice water needs in seasons of drought, rainwater harvesting hasn’t received much attention in Nepal. Especially when water is sufficient, we care less of consuming rain water. Yes, it’s a matter of question if rainwater is safe to drink. So in this doubt, lab test has proven that harvested rainwater is 100% safe to drink after rainwater harvesting. Another substitute is bio-sand filtration. Even the jar water, that we are so confident and claim to be pure has been found of having contamination when tested so it’s a high time to switch our attention to affordable sustainable water purifying systems i.e. rainwater harvesting and bio-sand filtration. Best Paani installs cost effective rainwater harvesting and bio-sand filtration systems, and recharges the groundwater aquifer with the spillover.

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Rainwater harvesting involves the collection of rainwater from rooftop and store it for later use. If stored properly it can fulfill the immense need of water in the seasons of drought. Episodic drought is inevitable sometimes and we need to be prepared beforehand to minimize the effects. Rainwater harvesting along with groundwater recharge can surpass any episodic droughts.

Best Paani Vision

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Best Paani envisions a world with equitable access to clean drinking water for all. We are on the mission to mitigate the water problem of Nepal through the technology of rainwater harvesting, bio-sand filtration and groundwater recharge. We use non-chemical, non-electric water filtration systems and ISO verified durable product components. We believe in making the visible impact in the lives of people and have impacted over 10,500 lives so far.

What is Rainwater Harvesting?

This appealing article on rainwater harvesting is enough to know what rainwater harvesting really is. Inside:“Forget the rising cost of mains water. Collecting rainwater from our own roofs may eventually be the only way of ensuring an adequate water supply for our buildings during a drought.”

What we do?

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Best Paani installs cost-effective rainwater harvesting systems with non-electric, non-chemical water filtration and recharges the groundwater aquifer with the spillover. We use 100% locally available resources and ISO verified durable product components. We have had direct and indirect impact to over 10,000 lives so far and are promoting solution with sustainability. Our experience and capabilities mean better technology, lower cost, more flexibility, new savings for our customers, and new growth for our business. Our expansion into a larger role in the health care and education fields will also fuel our continued growth.

Water is an free source that can be acquired naturally

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Rainwater harvesting can preserve the overflowing water that would be wastage otherwise. Rainwater harvesting is most traditional and sustainable method for preserving rainwater. Collected rainwater through rainwater harvesting therefore can be used for both potable and non-potable use that can be sufficient even in seasons of extreme water crisis.

Why Rainwater Harvesting?

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Water shortage is sometimes inevitable, and if you are not prepared for the eventuality, you might find your yourself a rock and hard place. The best and cheapest alternative to the traditional water supply system is rainwater harvesting and rainwater harvesting therefore provides high quality water, soft and low in minerals.

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