Rainwater Harvesting gets its own Theme Park
by RainSaucers Inc. on April 12th, 2011
We knew rainwater harvesting was big in India but had no idea it was this Big. In the city of Bangalore, India a new theme park has just been launched which is dedicated to the practice of Rainwater Harvesting. Dubbed the Sir M Visvesvaraya rainwater harvesting theme park, the facility has 27 different methods of rainwater harvesting on display, an auditorium, a 70-seater amphitheatre where cultural programs will be conducted, rainwater filters and other materials, books related to rainwater harvesting and a help desk. The theme park was built by the local water utility, Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board. Bangalore is one of many cities in India where RWH is now mandatory for new construction so it makes sense the utility should be involved.
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