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  • Why We Need Rainwater Harvesting in Urban India

    30-01-2017

      Rainwater Harvesting In Urban India Water is the most important resource for any life to exist. One issue that urban India faces continuously is the water crisis. They get most of their water supply from rivers and lakes. As the local footprints dry out due to mismanagement and overuse, the search for another resource turns even more distant. The situation has an ironical turn. At one side the cities are facing severe water crisis and on the other hand they are flooded with rainwater, which is the most common source of fresh water in the monsoon. The neglected harvesting systems have simply worsened the situations

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  • Initia vertical wall of green plants and water curtain

    16-01-2017

      Stress is the root cause of numerous health issues. Our brain perceives it as a threat. A city life is breeding ground for negative traits viz. anxiety, annoyance, loneliness, insecurity and stress. Researchers have evidence that exposure to nature, however brief, can help to immunize our brains against the effects of urban stress and can also improve cognitive function. A city should have at least 15% forest cover in order to provide a healthy and sustainable life to its residents. In India, land is a scarce and expensive, making it difficult to achieve in the near future. As a result, the rising levels of p

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  • Rainwater Harvesting in Urban India

    23-01-2017

      Rainwater harvesting is a basic system that can be possible with low innovation, low to moderate costs and is applicable even at a small-scale with a minimum of specific knowledge. The collected water can supplement general water sources when they turn out to be scarce or are of low quality. Additionally, it is a decent substitute in times of dry season or when the underground water level drops. This innovation is versatile to a more extensive assortment of conditions from wealthiest to the poorest societies, as well as from the wettest to the driest region. The fundamental idea: The example chart of rainwa

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  • Self sustainability with zero water building: It’s Not as Difficult as You Think Introduction

    10-01-2017

    Tap Water is an invaluable resource and absolutely vital to life but many times it is taken for granted. Increasing population is demanding even more from our already crippled water and wastewater infrastructure. It is the need of the hour to think about alternate sources of clean water rather than just depending on municipal water supply, which is uncertain and sometimes unhealthy. By merely installing shower head with lesser flow rate or by reducing water consumption, we are looking at short term solution. The time is demanding more. Get ready for “Self Sufficiency” in water.       Sin

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  • Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Water

    02-01-2017

        Most of the sustainable or green movements focus on three R’s; reduce, reuse and recycle. In general terms, it means to minimize the wastage, reuse the available resources to the maximum and recycle the waste. These three R’s are equally important in term of water. In today’s scenario, where water is becoming a global concern and the world sees a widespread drought in the near future while some places are facing the drought in current situations, it is very important for us to follow the path of three R’s for the well being of our planet and our generations. In this post, we will und

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Why Sanicon Sustainability Solution

Green buildings are considered as elites. Something not meant for the public at large. They are considered as expensive to design and maintain. Sanicon Sustainability Solutions was set up to offer budget friendly sustainable housing solutions. Our designs aim to find the balance between homebuilding and sustainable environment. With green buildings, give your home a revolutionary advantage. Optimize your space with Sanicon Sustainability Solutions’ pocket friendly options to economize and maximize the utility, durability, and comfort.