- david george
junior engineer, KABSONS
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ROADS HAVING SMALL HOLES (to save rain water and increasing under ground water)
this is david ..i m proposing one idea to increase under ground water ... yes we are all know if rain was coming on to the earth there is a scope to sink in to the earth in cities.but out side of the city rain water sinks in to the earth ..why because outside cities having no construction with building and roads . that's why in between cities rain water cannot sink in to the earth .. what i am saying if roads are made up with small holes .these holes are very small and minute holes and closed ones ..when ever rain comes due to the moisture these holes will open ..these construction made up above the surface at least 2 to 3 cm ..when rain comes water sinks through these holes ..so that water sinks in to the earth ..like this we have another advantage is their ..ready made road blocks are easy to carry and time saving ..no use of labour to work more days ...if any damage occures no need to digging the raod we can place the new blocks easily by removing the damaged part...............