Self sustainability with zero water building: It’s Not as Difficult as You Think Introduction
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.
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Zero water-building The Aim is Self sustainability by Sanicon Sustainablity solution
Water harvesting is no different than renewable energy with plenty of opportunities to capture a free resource and turn it into an economical solution. The integration of “zero water building systems” that emphasize water efficiency, and on-site supply, treatment and reuse is becoming increasingly important as communities seek to strengthen the resiliency of their water systems.By capturing precipitation and treating waste water produced on site, occupants of a household will close the loop of their water system, thus leading to water independence.
The key component of sustainable building
To understand the zero water building in depth, we must know the major source of water inflow.The key source of water in a self sustainable building is the direct source of water, which is rain. It is a major source of water in building that is freely available
Understanding the concept of rainwater harvesting
Rainwater harvesting is the technique to collect, recharge the groundwater and use it later for various uses which otherwise goes down the drains.The rainwater has its own characteristic qualities and can be used for various non-potable uses and with little treatment can be made available for potable activities. For rainwater harvesting, first the rainwater is collected from various hard surfaces such as rooftops and/or other types of man made hard surfaces and collected in the underground pit for further treatment and use.
Combining water conservation and waste water management to get the best results
In order to achieve zero water and self-sustainable building, both rainwater harvesting and greywater management is clubbed together to get the desired results. Here the concept of H2zerO by Sanicon Energy Solution aims at developing energy efficient building. By capturing precipitation and treating waste water produced on site, occupants of a household will close the loop of their water system, thus leading to water independence.