RWH Open House, in an apartment near you

Want to implement Rain Water Harvesting or Sewage Treatment Plant in your apartment? This Saturday, 23-March, visit apartments / houses in your community that have successfully implemented these initiatives

Are you looking to implement water conservation measures in your apartment or home and wondering where to start? Not too sure how to go about it and want to understand if there are real benefits? Or how practical it is and how long it might take? This World Water Day, get all your questions answered with "Savings on the House."

On Saturday, 23-March, visit over 15 pioneering water conservation initiatives across apartments and homes in Bangalore to learn how they did it – rain water harvesting, sewage treatment, water metering, groundwater recharge and other successful water conservation practices.

Following are the list of apartment open houses across the city – All Open houses will be conducted on 23rd March between 10:00 AM and 12:00.

Home/Apartment

Type

Location

Contact person

Phone number

GV Dasarathi’s Home

Home

Sadashivnagar

GV Dasarathi

9845858118

Prestige Aster

Apartment

Langford Town

Mrs. Aneesha

9739737866

Eagle Ridge layout

Home

Bannerghatta Road

Pethachi

9845665580

Zed Homes

Layout

Yelahanka

Harikrishna

9663438119

Embassy Tranquil

Apartment

Koramangala

Ashish Patel

9008255455

Ferns Paradise

Layout

Outer Ring Road

Radhica

9740066915

Utkarsh

RWA

L.B Shastry Nagar

Shubha

9449825502

Brigade Millenium

Apartment

JP Nagar

Saiprasad

9886678319

Ittina Abby

Apartment

L.B Shastry Nagar

Arun Somayya

9880318511

Balaji Pristine Apartments

Apartment

Whitefield

Sheetal Kumar

9945430570

Krystal Citrine Apartments

Apartment

Whitefield

Anish Regunath

9845533063

Pavani Prestige Apartments

Apartment

Varthur

Shrinivas Shetti

9980530569

Vijay Padaki

Home

Wilson Garden

Vijay Padaki

9844727339

Raindrops are falling on my head

Apartment

Sarjapur

Reffi Kurien

41705040

Laughing Waters

House

Varthur Main Road

Rajesh Shah

9740322557

These Open Houses are for just about anyone looking to implement water sustainability – in their homes, apartments or layouts. They are especially useful to association members and water champions looking to get a know-how on RWH / STP / Recharge/metering implementation in their apartment or house.

Savings On The House is an event conducted as a part of the World Water Day celebrations on March 22 and 23, 2013, by Catch Every Drop, a campaign on sustainable water conservation by The Alternative, sponsored by Arghyam, with partners India Water Portal and Biome Environmental Solutions.

Visit www.thealternative.in/worldwaterday to know about events and programs for World Water Day. Come Catch Every Drop.

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