“Enough water for all”
SRDS dreams of a world where there is plenty of water for everyone.”
Founded in January 2008 by Mr Sikandar Meeranaik, an entrepreneur in the field of modern-day rainwater harvesting, we are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing water for farmers affected by the falling water table and poor monsoon rains in rural India
Registered under the Karnataka societies act, 1960, SRDS works throughout the state, with the main office located in the city of Hubli. Staffed with experts in the field, we strive to create and spread awareness about rainwater conservation practices and explain why protection and recycling of water is essential to our well-being. Using proven techniques of rain-water harvesting and exclusively practiced innovative techniques, SRDS works to resolve water-scarcity issues for rural and urban communities.
“Sensitize community members on restoring water table through various water harvesting methods. We implement direct and indirect water harvesting solutions like bore well recharge and rooftop water harvesting on a partial cost recovery basis to sustain the program.”
“To end water scarcity in India by 2020.” Droughts have become a harsh reality to billions of people across the world. With water being the substance that sustains life, it is more important now than ever before to use innovation to bring a steady supply of clean water to the people of Karnataka and beyond.