Technological Project | Water accumulation

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Designing water storage for irrigation purposes is the process of planning and building a system for collecting and storing water to meet crop irrigation needs. This process includes determining the storage capacity, water collection location, type and size of water collection and distribution equipment.

The capacity of the reservoir depends on the amount of water that can be collected during the rainy season and the amount of water needed for irrigation during dry periods. Water collection sites include rivers, lakes, underground springs and water conveyance channels. Types and sizes of water collection and distribution equipment include pipes, pumps, filtration systems, and automatic irrigation equipment.

The goal of designing water storage for irrigation purposes is to ensure a sufficient amount of water for irrigating crops during dry periods and to ensure sustainable use of natural resources with minimal impact on the environment.

The price for each project is determined individually and depends on the complexity of the project itself.