Water Management

Water Management

Flood Control and Drainage Systems: Constructing levees, floodwalls, and stormwater drainage networks to mitigate flooding risks and manage excess water during heavy rainfall.

Dams and Reservoirs: Building dams and reservoirs to store water for various purposes, including drinking water supply, irrigation, hydropower generation, and flood control.

Wastewater Treatment Plants: Establishing facilities for treating sewage and industrial wastewater before discharging it back into the environment or reusing it for non-potable purposes.

Irrigation Systems: Installing irrigation infrastructure, such as drip irrigation, sprinkler systems, or canal networks, to efficiently water agricultural fields and landscapes, minimizing water wastage.

Water Recycling and Reuse Systems: Implementing systems to treat and reuse wastewater for non-potable purposes, such as landscape irrigation or industrial processes.

Coastal Erosion Control: Building structures like seawalls, breakwaters, and groynes to protect coastlines from erosion and maintain beach stability.