Permawell is a simple construction of two semi-circular wells which are bolted together to make an open cylinder.
Easy installation-Can be installed in a few days by unskilled labor and is long-lasting, sturdy and safe.
Traditionally, rural communities have relied on hand-dug shallow wells for their water needs.
Materials used to line these wells rust and erode in a short time, leading to water contamination and well collapse. In addition, concrete wells can take up to forty weeks to construct, using materials that are difficult to source and requiring a skilled mason
Perm well, is used to line hand-dug shallow wells of one meter diameter and depths of up to ten meters.