BOREWELL RECHARGE STRUCTURES

In the city other than municipal water and tanker water people greatly depend on bore well water for their daily use. Hence bore well recharge remains a common method of harvesting rainwater in urban areas. Due to excessive usage bore wells often run dry after a few years of use. Multiple bore wells also is not a solution, as a matter of fact it often is the problem. A effective way to mitigate this issue is to recharge your bore wells during the monsoons This not only improves the quantity but also the quality of your bore well water. Rooftop rain water and surface runoff can easily be used to recharge bore wells after some basic filtration .This water can be extracted/pumped later for future use.

Our Services

At TVS Infratech, we employ an individualistic approach to each project. We study the given area, recommend short or long-term solutions and design a site specific structure. The correct system is implemented only on completion of the required plan. No building or farm is identical; and therefore, no project can be the same. TVS Infratech has knowledgeable staff with expertise in the area that is able to guarantee that each client receives the appropriate rainwater harvesting system for their land or building.

TVS Infratech works in both rural and urban settings for agricultural, residential and industrial purposes.

Everyone has the potential to benefit from these systems. Not only do they protect the environment and ensure that water tables are kept at safe levels, but they also provide individuals and communities with a low-cost, easy to maintain, alternative to expensive, non-local water sources. Additionally, our harvesting structures also take out any impurities in the water. The result is clean, safe, drinking water for all.

Direct bore-well recharge

Got a dry bore-well? We can revive it. Excessive digging of new bore-wells and incessant use of existing ones has resulted in severe depletion of groundwater levels rendering many a bore-well dry. TVS’s direct bore-well recharge technique combines common rainwater harvesting practices with innovative practices to replenish ground-tables and aquifers with naturally filtered rainwater. TVS’s ingenious solution to this issue involves the excavation of a pit sized 10x10x10 feet (in most cases) around the tube-well’s casing pipe. Tiny slits are made into the casing pipe which is then wrapped with nylon-mesh. Cement rings are laid one upon another around the pipe thus creating a circular structure in the centre of the pit. The rest of the pit is packed with natural filtration material i.e. stones and sand. Adjoining this pit referred to as the primary percolation pit, a large pond is excavated. During the rains, rainwater from the plot is directed to this catchment pond via a series of trenches or piping. The water then enters the primary percolation pit and after undergoing filtration via the stones and the sand seeps in through the gaps between the cement rings. After a final round of filtration by the mesh, the water enters the casing pipes through the tiny slits thus going back underground to replenish the water tables and aquifers. The result…?

Increased water-output: Bore-wells recharged using our technique have an increased water-output. Completely dry bore-wells can be revived too.

Better water-quality: Sending back of naturally filtered rainwater into the groundwater tables results in a decrease in the proportion of impurities in the water. The bore-well’s water thus loses its hardness with time.

Cost-effective: The use of locally procured natural materials enables us to deliver the bore-well recharge service at an extremely low cost.

Permanent: Once recharged a bore-well never goes dry. Year after year, underground water-tables and aquifers are replenished thus keeping your bore-well up and running.

Customizable: It doesn’t matter if you’re a farmer with your bore-well on a farm-land or if your bore-well lies on the site of an industry / farm-house / educational institute or any other urban site. Our technique can be customised to meet your needs.

Eco-friendly: Apart from resolving your water-scarcity issue, our bore-well recharge technique also ensures the storage of naturally filtered rainwater in natural water-reservoirs i.e. aquifers and water-tables for use by future generations.

Non-irrigation methods

Rainwater harvesting can also be used to recharge the groundwater, not just wells. By using trenches, soak pits or just large ponds, rainwater can be collected and sent directly back into the soil via percolation. This method helps to replenish underground aquifers to ensure the land will not be met with drought.

Expertise:

Reckoned amongst one of the credible and reliable business names, we are enthusiastically immersed in offering a comprehensive consignment of Borewell Recharging. In conformism with the developments taking place in this market, these offered products are widely acclaimed and recommended. Apart from this, we ensure shipping these at the premises of our patrons amid the assured span of time.

Features:

  • Durable
  • High finish
  • Rugged

Costing:

Cost Estimation: Innovative Bore well recharge structure (8x8x8) ft size pit
 

 

 

 

 

S.No

 

 

 

 

 

Description

 

 

Stone cost includes transportation

 

For Stone freely available areas only transportation cost taken into consideration

 

 

 

Qty

Qty in tractor loads (Approx size of load is (10x6x1.5) ft or

2.5 cu m)

 

 

per unit cost in Rs.

 

 

Total Amount in Rs.

 

 

 

Qty

Qty in tractor loads (Approx size of load is (10x6x1.5) ft or

2.5 cu m)

 

 

 

per unit cost

 

 

Total Amount

 

 

 

1

 

Earth Work excavation around the bore well (8x8x8) ft size pit with JCB (hours)

 

 

3 hours

   

 

1000

 

 

3000

 

 

3 hours

   

 

1000

 

 

3000

 

 

 

2

Boulders (30-40 cm size) (Granitic/ Hard Material/ Field) to be filled up to 3ft (volume in cubic m)  

 

 

5.4

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

1400

 

 

 

4200

 

 

 

5.4

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

800

 

 

 

2400

 

3

Boulders (15-20 cm size), to be filled up to 2ft (volume in cubic m)  

3.6

 

1.5

 

1400

 

2100

 

3.6

 

1.5

 

800

 

1200

 

4

2-4 cm gravel to be filled up to 1 ft (volume in cubic m)  

1.8

 

1

 

3000

 

3000

 

1.8

 

1

 

3000

 

3000

 

5

Coarse Sand to be filled up to 1 ft (volume in cubic m)  

1.8

 

1

 

2500

 

2500

 

1.8

 

1

 

2500

 

2500

6 Drilling holes to the Existing casing pipe 1   400 400 1   400 400
7 Aquamesh in meters 50   30 1500 50   30 1500
 

8

Size Stone (Safe wall) (1 tractor = 250 stones)  

1

   

2000

 

2000

 

1

   

2000

 

2000

9 Cement including transport per bag 3   350 1050 3   350 1050
 

10

Casing pipe holding bracket with bolts and nuts  

1

   

500

 

500

 

1

   

500

 

500

 

11

Labour for filling the materials (person days)  

9

   

350

 

3150

 

9

   

350

 

3150

 

12

mason (1 Mason per day cost Rs. 450, 1 Labour per day Rs. 350)-2 days  

1

   

1600

 

1600

 

1

   

1600

 

1600

  Total Rs.       25000       22300

*** instead of Drilling holes to the Existing casing pipe, if you buy a new slotted casing pipe it cost is about Rs. 1200