Electric tank-less water heater
2 LPM shower, Electric water heater, grey reuse
A cost effective solution adaptable by every human being on this planet to save & sustain
Save - 252 liters of fresh water
Save minimum 1 Unit of power
Reduce 252 liters Sewage
PER DAY / PER PERSON
Water Crisis & Climate Change: Save water and reduce its usage.
The world today faces the dilemma of water, power & environment on a daily basis due to urban concentration and climate change.
Moving water, treating waste, desalination are capital intensive, running cost are high, demographically limited and come back as taxes.
Fresh water reserves and dams are diverted to cities, making our farmers water poor.
Deep aquifer are reserves of our future, excessive withdrawal of the water leads to land cave-in which are happening around the world.
Rather than providing more water to create more sewage, it makes sense to reduce our consumption.
Total consumption of water for bathing, hand wash, washing machine, RO rejects are suitable for reusing for flush, gardening and it can bring down fresh water usage by 252 liters per day per person.
Many countries have already made it mandatory to reuse water.
With innovation from Rethink its possible to be frugal in consumption, yet without compromising on hygiene. The total effect of reusing the grey water for flushing makes it a excellent solution.
Thus input of fresh water & output of sewage are taken care to the highest possible levels leading to 80% saving in all spheres of application. Which are
Leakage of fresh water with our delivery system, which account between 10 ~ 40% of total fresh water can be brought down by 80%.
Spillage of sewage average of 20 ~ 40 % (accounted) can be reduce by further 80%.
1/3 of the urban energy consumption for filtration of fresh water and its pumping, there after removal of sewage or treating can be brought down by 80% because of lower quantities handled.
Save water and reduce its usage.
"There is a water crisis today. It is not about having too little water to satisfy our needs but its crisis of managing water so badly that billions of people - and the environment suffer."
The amount of fresh water in the world is limited. The Human race and other species which share the planet cannot expect an infinite supply of finite water. It is noted that the earth has regeneration capacity for water to sustain life for about 4 billion where as we are already at 7.4 billion and growing.
Human - centered design is great for mops and phones, but it won’t solve society’s biggest problems.
It is said that the wheel was invented 10,000 years ago, but it was only in 1970 that it
was fixed on to our luggage. The fundamental idea behind human-centered design is to find best solution with evolved current technological limitations, design and develop an adaptable cost effective solution.
But, if you step back for a moment, you start to see a problem:
We’ve been designing the world, real hard, for decades now and we haven’t made a dent in a single real problem.
What do I mean by “real problem”?
I mean real problems. The big ones. The kind that shake us to the core of our humanity and threaten our long-term viability. Like Water, power, environment, carbon footprint, water borne diseases and the list goes on.
Right now, there are water woes, new term DAY ZERO repeating world over. And, unfortunately, current method of adjustment by sourcing water from water rich areas and delivering the same to water poor areas won’t fix any of it. We are
creating further unforeseen problems. While we are working to fight one side of it, the other side is becoming water poor. We can’t hope to make progress by chipping away at one piece of the problem while ignoring the others. That too at huge financial inputs and disruption, which will eventually come back to us humans in terms of taxes and disrupt other areas of need like education, infrastructure, health which will take a back seat.
We have to come out with a solution that addresses the problem from all sides. It’s about observing the big picture and then zeroing in on a manageable set of insights and variables, and solving for those.
We inch our way forward. Chipping away at one side while the other burns out of control. We can no longer create and dispose, but we need to create and re-use and yet be frugal to the extent possible. We need to understand complexity of really big problems and start to solve for them.
Thus systemically keeping our focus on sustainability.
With us it’s about getting rid of our culture of competition and creating a new culture of collaboration. If we start ignoring the corporate and political silos separating us, we can collaboratively combine lots of focused solutions, allowing us to knit them together into a single tapestry that truly covers an entire problem. There are lots of solutions out there. We just don’t have a thread pulling them together.
We can change the world, but the way we’re going about it right now isn’t cutting it. If we want to design our way out of the big issues, we need to take a critical look at our approach come together and address all facets for human sustenance.
Therefore we at Rethink have designed for the full life cycle water, where in first the fresh water is used frugally, secondly the outcome grey water is reused thus completing full life cycle of water. And this total effect has led to reduction in water, power and pollution.
We have created a design framework that allows us, in small ways across all facets of a problem. Its like lots of tiny rain droplets which fill dams and rivers. Correction can be made to avoid the water crisis, which affects every human being.
We specialise in
2 liter per minute shower with Electric tank-less water heater & built in pressure pump.
Automatic grey water reuse system
Universal tap connector
To Save Water, Power & Reduce Pollution
2 LPM shower, Electric water heater, grey reuse
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