There are solutions – we should really look at de-urbanization plans and as humans, it’s more important now, than ever in history, to reconnect with Mother Nature and bow to her powers than trying to bind her to control her.
Anyway, I’m happy to share my first harvest. This activity did take a lot of time during weekends, and stopped me from paying attention towards blogging. Plants, after all require more attention till they can carry on their own.
These two simple steps costing about INR 1000/- ensured that the 11000L of water that we collect in our main underground storage sump can now serve us for about 22-25 days as against 8-10 days before we adopted these changes.
So, the first big step I actually took was to stop using bathing soap as well as shampoo. Now that’ll come as a shock to most of my readers and right now you may be wondering if I stink because I don’t use soap!
Bengaluru is dying as much because of you and not just because of a failed administration. Save your city from flooding. Wake up!
So when it rained dinosaurs today, I was estimating the amount if water that I could have harvested in 4 hours.