The India Rainwater Harvesting Market is expected to register a healthy CAGR during the forecast period. The technique of gathering rainwater from surfaces where it falls, purifying it, and storing it for later use is known as rainwater harvesting. By collecting rainwater, the water supply is restored to normal levels. It is the process of gathering and storing water from surfaces where rain has fallen. An innovative method used to collect rainwater from rooftops and other above-ground surfaces so that it may be stored for later use is called rainwater harvesting. Water collected from the rain may be used for flushing toilets, washing clothes, watering livestock, and irrigating gardens and crops. Both urban dwellers with access to flowing municipal water and residents of more rural areas who might not have access to a sufficient water supply can gather and utilise rainwater. Rooftop and surface-based rainwater harvesting are the two different types of rainwater collection techniques. Saving money and resources are two advantages of rainwater gathering.

The rising consumer awareness of the declining freshwater amount across geographies is one of the factors propelling the growth of the India rainwater collecting system market. One of the main reasons driving the expansion of India’s market for rainwater collecting systems is the rising demand for these systems from farmers and large enterprises. The rising need for water for irrigation, which is essential for maintaining crop productivity and combating climatic disasters such as drought, is the cause of this rise in agriculturalists' demand. So, collecting rainwater and putting it away for later use has become a dependable choice for them.

Enhanced Importance of WASH Sector Creates Revenue Opportunities

The Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) sector is receiving more attention due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis as a result of its significance in limiting and reducing the spread of the deadly virus. Since rainwater collection is becoming more and more recognized as a key component of the water management plan, businesses in the market are utilising this opportunity to their advantage. Governments support this approach since it increases the security of domestic water supply.

The WASH industry is becoming more significant and well-known in poorer regions as a result of the pandemic. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for water and sanitation must be met by nations. Following the COVID-19 epidemic, it is envisaged that these discoveries will present business prospects for market participants in rainwater gathering.