In Chennai, A Community Harvests 25,000 Litres Of Rain Water In An Hour – Chennai Video



The Koda family, who live in Sabari Terrace, an apartment complex located along Chennai’s IT corridor, use only rain water for three months a year; there is no piped water supply in this area. When the parched city received its first showers on Saturday, the 56 families who live here collected thirty thousand litres in a little over an hour by harvesting every drop of rain from their 25,000 square foot terrace.

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  1. We need Govt to take action nation wide and step up against this problem

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  2. Thanks.
    You have raised the level of reporting to higher levels.

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  3. Stop Bank finance to real estate Business in Chennai .

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  4. Time for christian missionaries to convert on name of charity hahaaaa .

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  5. NDTV::::

    NEHRU DYNASTY TELEVISION

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  6. 4 dislikes 😯😯😯. Sudhir Chaudhary, Anjana om kashyap, Amish devgan and Arnav goswami ??? 🤔🤔🤔

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  7. Are yaar fir se ek technology type dikha diya mandir nhi banva rahe ye ndtv vale madir banne se sari problems solve ho jayengi inko pata hi nhi😝😝

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  8. India has now become a concrete jungle. There are too many roofs here. Harvesting rain water through these roofs could help recharge ground water and also solve water crisis temporarily. The water that otherwise ends up in drains, now could come to use.

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  9. This model should be implemented through out india, with everyone sport, government, local people, ngos etc. Good work ndtv for educating us.

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  10. This is the kind of positive news nation wants to here and take a lesson from Chennai bcoz in next 2 decades water resources will become extinct from major parts of india

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  11. North states need to learn a lot of things from south.

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  12. Modi ji has just increased employment and buisness opportunities, lets buy water tankers and become water mafia

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