Many industries, infrastructure and mining projects need to withdraw groundwater for their operation and development. These projects which need to extract groundwater require approval from Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) before proceeding further. The CGWA has framed guidelines for grant of NOC for withdrawal of groundwater, which have been revised from time to time to regulates and control ground water management and development activities.

LGEOM experts has cumulative 150+ Years’ experience in ground water (exploration, exploitation, and artificial recharge) in all geological formation which gives us better insights of any region and add values to the output. Our team of technical area experts in Geology, Ground Water Quality, Geophysicist, Hydrologist, academic laureate, and research scholar assist us in implementing all water allied norms and procedure.

We provide following services to different industries by acting as Ground Water Consultant Organization to help them provide NOC under government guidelines


LGEOM help industries to obtain permission to draw ground water to the tune of 2000 m3/day or more in safe assessment units, 1500 m3/day or more in semi critical and critical assessment units and 1000 m3/day or more in over-exploited assessment units.

Mining Projects

LGEOM also help prepare comprehensive report on ground water conditions in both core and buffer zones of the mine, depth wise and year wise mine seepage calculations, impact assessment of mining and dewatering, details of recycling, reuse and recharge, reduction of pumping with use of technology for mining and water management to minimize and mitigate the adverse impact on ground water, based on local conditions.

Infrastructure projects requiring dewatering or use of ground water for construction

In cases where dewatering of more than 100 m3/ day is required for any infrastructure project, LGEOM help prepare hydrogeological report on the ground water situation in the area giving detailed plan of pumping, proposed usage of pumped water and comprehensive impact assessment of the same on the ground water regime. The report highlights environmental risks and proposed management strategies to overcome any significant environmental issues.

Rainwater Harvesting

We help proponent to adopt roof top rain water harvesting in the project premises after completion of building construction. We also take care that recharge measures shall not be implemented in areas prone to water logging (water level within 5 metres below ground level). Rainwater harvesting systems can be installed in a range of buildings, from offices, shops, and museums through to universities, schools and colleges, even industrial facilities, like warehouses and factories.