Islamabad: By mandating that all housing units build recharge wells for rainwater collecting, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has made a substantial contribution to sustainable water management.
The plan to carry out this project has received official approval, and the CDA is dedicated to seeing that it is fully complied with.
The decision, according to sources, was made at a board meeting in March while the idea to require the installation of recharge wells for rainwater collecting in every housing unit was being debated.
Additionally, the well and tank for recharging water must be included in any building map that is approved. It is pertinent to state that the plan was presented to the CDA’s building control section and came from the water management wing.
The proposal’s main goal is to use recharge wells to slow the groundwater table’s annual depletion rate of at least four feet. Additionally, the CDA has previously built 70 underground wells, which have been successful in recharging the underground water table, in a variety of settings, including public parks.
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