Rain Water Harvesting ( Rural)

  • Drinking water made available to about 100,000 villagers affected by annual scarcity
  • Current projects cover additional 15,000 villagers
  • Several farms made self reliant about water
  • Gabions
  • Our wastewater treatment systems are treating over 60,00,000 litres of wastewater per day in over 19 locations

CSR Activities

We are working with BPCL for their CSR projects since 2004. It Started with project Boond ! For village Kothala and Charanwadi.

By now, we have helped BPCL work in about 40 villages in following locations

  • 24 villages in Taluka Shahapur, Javhar, Mokhada – Dist. Thane, Maharashtra
  • Village Nangal Govind - Dist. Dausa – Rajasthan
  • 12 Villages – Dist. Bharatpur – Rajasthan
  • Village Dhikoli – Dist. Baghpat – Uttar Pradesh
  • Village Mankara - Dist. Murshidabad – West Bengal
  • Village Lachhada – Dist. Sundargarh - Odisha

Dr Gokhale’s Meeting with Johad Samiti Dhikoli under CSR activity of BPCL.

Work with NGOs

Rain Water Harvesting Consultant to several NGOs. We have guided Various NGOs’ for Techno Social Interventions for drought proofing their project areas.We have made more than 200 villages in India Tanker Free.

Some of our Partners NGOs

  • SHARE (Swadesh Foundation) – over100 villages
  • Aroehan – Maharashtra 30 villages
  • Rajputana Society of Natural History, Rajashtan - 20 villages
  • Bridge Trust ( Karm Foundation) – Mumbai – 40 villages
  • Empathy Foundation – Mumbai 5 villages
  • MOB – Mumbai 3 villages
  • Centre for social Action, Mumbai 2 villages
  • Impact India Foundation, Mumbai 3 villages
  • Save the Children – Mumbai 12 villages

Rotary Clubs

Worked as consultant to various Rotary Clubs for improving water management in their Project areas

Our Prestigious Rotary Clients

  • Rotary club of Bombay
  • Rotary club of Bombay Metropolitan
  • Rotary club of Bombay Sea Face
  • Rotary club of Sion
  • Rotary club of Devnar
  • Rotary club of Bombay Airport
  • Rotary Club of Nagpur

Ikharicha Pada Village Rain Water Harvesting, Mokhada

Mukta Jeevan, Vehaloli

Tiny cordon wall in a village holding water which in previous year was not there.