Ep 4 – Green Talks with Panchtatwa Girl Ft. Suhasini

Rain Rain go away Come again another day
And till the time you come back let’s save this rain…
What say?

Rains and all the things connected to them are wonderful. Be it poetry, romance, water everywhere, greenery, freshness, fun, puddles pakoras, and much more to the list. We enjoy rains but have we ever given a thought of saving this fun for future. Yes, I’m talking about rainwater harvesting. Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is a simple method by which rainfall is collected for future usage. The collected rainwater may be stored, utilized in different ways, or directly used for recharge purposes.
Yes, rainwater needs to be stored and reused properly. There is no rocket science in it, you just store rainwater in drums on your rooftop and in open areas around your home. Most importantly, We need to store rainwater to consume it for future use, as it also helps us preserve rainwater for useful purposes otherwise it mainly flows down in the sewer or drainage. We need to store rainwater to consume it for future use, as it also helps us preserve rainwater for useful purposes as it mainly flows down in the sewer or drainage.

Rainwater harvesting comes with lots of benefits. Harvesting rainwater allows the collection of large amounts of water and mitigates the effects of drought. If we observe properly most of the terraces and rooftops provide the necessary platform for collecting water. We just need to take an interest and make it happen. Rainwater is mostly free from harmful chemicals, which makes it suitable for irrigation purposes.

In this episode of Green talks, Panchtatwa Girl Listen to Suhasini who shares her journey of rainwater harvesting at her home and also about the homemade manure water she uses for her plants.

Why is rainwater harvesting important

Rainwater harvesting is the process of collecting the rainwater which used to runoff from the rooftops, parks, roads, and tanks. This collected water is used to store for future purposes. Also, it is recharged to the groundwater to reuse the water.

Don’t miss how she makes her manure water and even tips to teach all these things to your kids from an early age from this mommy blogger.

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Green Tatva Talks Ep 44 – In conversation with Ashwin Malwade, MD, Ek Saath – The Earth Foundation and Co-founder, Carter Cleanup. PragunTatwa Talks – The green podcast

In this episode of Green Tatva Talks, I am conversing with Ashwin Malwade, MD, Ek Saath – The Earth Foundation and Co-founder, Carter Cleanup. Ashwin Malwade is a Master Mariner in the Merchant Navy and an Ocean advocate. Ek Saath is a movement that celebrates our love for nature, earth, and life with acts of sustainability. Come forward to support their cause. Ashvin Malwade, Pragya Kapoor, Pradeep Sangwan (Healing Himalayas), and other enthusiasts started working towards waste management. With waste collection and waste management centers across India beginning from Himachal, they started on a mission. A journey began in 2020 with Carter Clen up as their first project.—Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/praguntatwa/message
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Do check my previous talks on the Green podcast and take that much-needed step towards conscious and eco-friendly living.

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