Industrial Rainwater Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting for industrial purposes has become an increasingly pressing concern in today’s world. Whether in large-scale or small-scale industries, the implementation of sustainable water management practices holds significant importance. The availability of potable water is gradually diminishing due to various factors such as pollution caused by human activities and the escalating effects of climate change. In light of these challenges, water-intensive industries have recognized the need to effectively manage water supply and demand in order to ensure a sustainable and reliable water source.
One such sustainable water management practice that has gained widespread adoption among industries worldwide is rainwater harvesting. In Sri Lanka, numerous industries have also recognized the value of rainwater harvesting systems and have successfully implemented them through collaboration with the Lanka Rainwater Harvesting Forum. As part of our efforts, we have developed and designed various rainwater harvesting systems (RWHS) specifically tailored to the unique requirements of different industries in Sri Lanka.
These designs embody a thoughtful and innovative approach, taking into consideration the unique characteristics and demands of each industry. Our aim has been to optimize the capture, storage, and utilization of rainwater in an efficient and sustainable manner. By implementing these systems, industries in Sri Lanka are not only reducing their reliance on external water sources but also demonstrating their commitment to environmental responsibility and resource conservation.
|1||Design of Rainwater Harvesting System for MAS Intimates||Docx (226KB)|
|2||Design of Rainwater Harvesting System for Nobleswear (Pvt) Ltd||Docx (2.59MB)|
|3||Design of Rainwater Harvesting System for Siam City Cement||Docx(2.40MB)|
|4||Feasibility of Constructing a Rain Water Harvesting System for CINEC Maritime Campus, Malabe||Docx (493KB)|
|5||Potential for Run off Rain Water Harvesting Collection Report of the Visit to Sapumalkanda Plantation, Deraniyagala||Docx (172KB)|
|6||Potential for Run off Rainwater Harvesting Collection at Forbes and Walker, Wanathaviluwa, Puttlam Plantation Site||Docx (379KB)|
|7||Proposal for Rain Water Harvesting System at Canberg Lanka Ltd Factory, Kalutara||Docx (91KB)|
|8||Proposed Rain Water Harvesting System for the Hotel School Mt Lavinia||Docx (90KB)|
|9||Proposed set up for Rain Water Harvesting System at SDB Bank Horana Branch||Docx (140KB)|
|10||Rain Water Harvesting Design for Lalan Rubber Plantation||Docx (172KB)|
|11||Rain Water Harvesting Potential At Cocacola Biyagama||Docx (172KB)|
|12||Rain Water Harvesting Potential At Galle Face Hotel||Docx (1MB)|
|13||Rain Water Harvesting Potential at Haycarb Factory Premises at Madampe||Docx (1.29MB)|
|14||Rain Water Harvesting Potential at Sterling Engineering Pvt. Ltd||Docx (36.2KB)|
|15||Rain Water System for Unilever Premises at Agarapathana||Docx (84.3KB)|
|16||Rainwater Harvesting At Millennium Information Technologies Ltd||Docx (1.27MB)|
|17||Rainwater Harvesting Potential for S-Lon Factory at Pannala||Docx (1.34MB)|
|18||Rainwater Harvesting System Design for Unilever at Hatton||Docx(123KB)|
|19||Recommendation for Installing a Rain Water Harvesting System for Mahinda Rajapaksha Sport Center||Docx (657KB)|