Extensive researches and programs have been implied regularly regarding water management, conservation and recycling, as threats of serious water crisis in the future has been looming over two decades. This necessity has urged Dipesh Parmar, the young post graduate industrial designer from IIT Mumbai, to design Greener Bathroom to encourage judicial use of water avoiding unnecessary wastage. The designer is presently associated with the design firm ‘Thing Design’ in Delhi
The futuristic bathroom designed by this IIT designer is equipped with a water harvesting system, in which water from the shower or tub gets accumulated in a concealed spill over tank that can be reused to flush the toilets for a maximum 14 times. Based on the calculation of the individual water requirement of 50 liters a day on an average to maintain the basic washing and cleaning practices, 20 liters of water gets wasted daily, which can be prevented easily through the use of this uniquely designed green bathroom. Apart from the greener aspect, this brilliant designer has applied his designing skills to give the bathroom a modish and elegant look, attractive to those looking for designers washrooms. Rain water harvesting has been adopted extensively, and the time has come to harvest and recycle the used water indoors.