How to Increase Water Level in Borewell

There is always a question mark when it comes to water. We are in the century where we get profit by selling water. People think that borewells is the reason behind the depletion of the ground water level whereas the truth is they themselves is the reason behind this situation. Borewells helps in drilling the ground and getting water which is few depths away. But few people misuses this and goes beyond the rules to drill and exploit the natural ground water.

Increasing water level in borewell can be done in many ways:
• Using filtered taps
• Reusing the waste water from the filtered to washing and gardening purposes
• Constructing a proper rainwater harvesting
• Digging a small pit near the borewell and fill it with stones of different shapes and sizes. Channelize rain water into this pit. The water filling this pit will gradually percolate down the ground due to gravitational pull. There after this water which has entered the ground has no option but to saturate the soil below and benefit the nearest borewell to begin with.
• Construction of percolation tanks around the borewell area helps in re-storing and recharging the wells and borewells.

Also, there is no such technique to measure the exact water level other than the approximate time estimate, pressure calculation, rope and sound method. The water for recharging the borewell has to be of good quality and should be without any contaminants


borewell water level technique

Borewell recharging is the key technique to revive the water level in the borewell. Through this method, the water in the surface such as rainwater can be sent via a natural filter made of stones and sand. This way of sending water directly from the penetration pit to the borewell is known as direct recharge system. If your Borewell is dry and not getting enough water, then its time for Reboring the point. Search your district in BorewellToday to get best service

Direct Borewell recharge is recommended only when the borewell is dried or providing a negligible amount of water. Indirect recharging is for well-functioning borewells which isn’t dry yet. This is to ensure the continuous availability of the surface water throughout the year.