- About Us
Swaneer undertakes project on water management, which includes survey, projection, sourcing, and commissioning. Our creative approach reflects appropriate technology in compliance with land and structural resources. To understand the ground reality, our creative approach reflects appropriate technology in compliance with land and structural resources.
Swaneer is established to work in the water sector with full satisfaction of clients by monitoring all activities i.e. planning, designing and commissioning to support with a fortunate network of experts. Economics of water management at all levels. Number of projects have been designed and executed by Swaneer in various sectors for the augmentation of ground water resources to meet needs of water supply for irrigation, industries and drinking water purpose. Swaneer has sustainable growth and satisfaction of customers.
|Nature of Business||Manufacturer|
|Additional Business||Service Provider|
|Company CEO||Setu Shah|
|Registered Address||No.405, Onyx-2, Bsd navchetan high school, paldi ahmedabad, Ahmedabad- 380007, Gujarat, India|
|Total Number of Employees||Upto 10 People|
|Year of Establishment||2008|
|Legal Status of Firm||Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)|
|Annual Turnover||Rs. 1 - 2 Crore|
|Primary Competitive Advantage||Experienced R & D DepartmentGood Financial Position & TQMLarge Production CapacityProvide Customized Solutions|
|Banker||KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK|
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
|Payment Mode||CashCredit CardChequeDDOnline|
Segments We Cater
- Rainwater Harvesting has been made mandatory for obtaining building permission and directions for amendment. Swaneer have sound practical experience in rainwater harvesting projects including designing, implementation and management work. Swaneer is working as consultant for rainwater harvesting to many organizations / govt. departments, industries, builders / developers and NGO’s.
Our Work Force
As an organisation Swaneer has decided to diversify into different fields and expand in their own field with International tie-ups and sourcing to cater to the population growth and rapid urbanization that has created phenomenal opportunities in India.
Every one of us would love to have ready access to good quality of water in adequate quantity to meet our daily needs. Paradoxically, in spite of all the technological progress the country has made after independence, ready access to good water for our daily needs is yet to become a reality in most of our cities, towns as well as villages and hamlets. In thousands of villages, women still have to walk long distances daily to collect potable water. In cities and towns, groundwater levels are falling and potable water is increasingly being purchased. Therefore it is important that we citizens should strive, in our own selfish interest, to alter this sad state of affairs. And we can make difference if only we put in efforts at the micro level – at an individual level, at the household level, at the neighborhood level and at the community level – to reduce our dependence for water on external sources. The tremendous advantage in acting at the micro-level is that we have the maximum control and influence on any activity undertaken by ourselves and we can, therefore, be that much surer of achieving results and reaping the benefits of our efforts. What are these efforts that can confer on us – the dwellers of the nation – that vital self-reliance in our daily water needs? In essence, they are: Recharging and Retaining Rainwater by tapping rainwater wherever and whenever it falls and diverting it to an appropriate storage for our use later. Purifying used water and putting it back for reuse.
Recharging and Retaining Rainwater:
Unlike many other areas in the world, our country is very fortunate in that it receives substantial rainfall from its two monsoons. If only this rainfall is tapped, it can meet fully our most essential daily need i.e. Water for our cooking and drinking needs, in every village, town and city – even in areas where the annual rainfall is scanty. And what is more, it can meet from 20 to 100% of the total water needs of practically all villages, towns and cities, depending on the rainfall in that place and its population.
Used Water Recycling:
The water that we use for bathing, washing of clothes and cleaning floors constitutes 50 to 60% of our total daily water usage. If only we clean this slightly contaminated water used for these purpose, it becomes available for fresh use again. Thus recycling of water represents the second major step in our path of self-reliance in water.
India is experiencing a water crisis. Unfortunately, water management is completely neglected in our country. The rivers and aquifers are being hopelessly overexploited. There is hardly any river near an urban area that escapes the wrath of pollution from urban effluents and at the same time water levels are depleting day by day. The idea of water scarcity is absurd – there is scarcity amongst plenty. That is why water tanker supply water to towns even when their streets are flooded with water. The current crisis could have been avoided with better water management practices and not considering water as an unlimited resource. A people’s movement can help to deal with a lot of the water problems that face the country today. The civil society has to play a critical role in encouraging equity and sustainability in the use of water. Water must once again become everybody’s business.
Rain – The Ultimate Source of Water:
It is rain that nourishes and sustain all the water sources across the world except polar regions & high altitude of mountains. India is fortunate to receive 110 cm rainfall against 80 cm received by World.
Harvesting the Rain – Our Traditional Wisdom:
Our forefathers had developed marvelous systems to manage the rainwater available to them in a very effective manner. Unfortunately, over the last 300 years, due to historical reasons and changing social factors these systems became the culprit of disuse and neglect. This has resulted in devastating floods and droughts in various parts of the country.
Water Cycle in the “Good Old Days”:
The water required for home was received from a shallow well. The water used by kitchen and bathroom went to plants and that from toiled went to the soil below ground level after-treated in a septic tank. There was a beautiful cyclical movement of water.
Urbanisation and Water:
The infrastructure services to the Urban area have not grown correspondingly. That too on subsidized rates. Hence Water, Sewerage system and garbage are not valued adequately. Rather the purest water “Rainwater” is disposed of in drains and Expensive filtration systems are installed for fetching pure & clean water.
A present of Water Resource Management:
- Break of the cycle due to rapid modernisation of humanoid.
- Shallow wells are converted to deep tube wells - depleting water table. Increasing CO2 by using electricity.
- Septic tank & soakpits converted to central sewage treatment plants – water wastage & pollution.
- Polluted rivers and disappearing water bodies – depriving us from quality water
- Garden, open areas converted to paved area refraining to put water back into soil below – waterlogged areas.
Harvesting & Recharging Rainwater:
Harvest the roof top rainwater by storing in Tanks, recharge existing bore wells. Recharge the run-off in recharge well made with the scientific method.
Adopt Modern Farming Methods and change in farming practices:
Modern techniques, which require less water compared to conventional methods be adopted like, drip irrigation, mulching, greenhouse etc.
Reusing Waste Water:
Sewage wastewater is reused after treating.
Reviving Existing Water Bodies:
By deepening existing lakes & ponds, cleaning rivers etc.
Check on Criminal Wastage of Water:
Like Leakages, theft, wastage etc. Water meters should be implemented. Connect storm drains to lakes and other water bodies. Awareness amongst the community to keep storm drains unpolluted.
- The most important component of water management is the transfer of knowledge in the form of skills, capacity, and training from technical agencies to local Institutions and thereby facilitates community to understand:
- The water as a resource.
- Rain (Hydrological Cycle) as its main source.
- Water supply system in all its complexities (Irrigation, Industry etc.).
- Water pollution, contamination and water use efficiency.
- Build their competence to ensure the sustainability of the source.
- Use of remote sensing data
- Delineation of potential zone
- Geohydrological survey
- Geophysical survey and pinpointing.
- Finalisation of the type of source
- Areas to be studied for flawless water resource management
- Geology, geo-hydrology, geomorphology, geophysics, rainfall, temperature, slope, drainage system, water quality, sanitation, wind velocity, soil, topography, water level