- Indian Railways Delhi Zone heavily depends on tube-well waters (Lakhs of litres), yet to have rain harvesting system
- Responding to an RTI, Indian Railways admits to usage of 14, 45,500 litres of water in its 8 residential areas every day
- RTI by activist Vikrant Tongad, leading campaign against use of ground water and govt’s lack of initiative to prevent it.
- 14.45 lakh litres of water is drawn from 15 tube-wells spread across national capital
- Gulabi Bagh Railway Colony has rain water harvesting system, and 4 other colonies for which no figures available
- New Delhi station has no rain water harvesting facility, not recycling water done despite massive usage as provisioned in law
- Groundwater Extraction
- Rain Water Harvesting System