Rainwater harvesting is an effective alternative practice, particularly within
urban regions, during periods of water scarcity and dry weather. The collected
water is mostly utilized for non-potable household purposes and irrigation.
However, due to the increase in atmospheric pollutants, the quality of rainwater
has gradually decreased. This atmospheric pollution can damage the climate,
natural resources, biodiversity, and human health. In this study, the
characteristics and physicochemical properties of rainfall were assessed using a
qualitative approach. The three-year (2017-2019) data on rainfall in Peninsular
Malaysia were analysed via multivariate techniques.

Categories: Air, Hidrologi, Hujan
Tags: Artikel Jurnal, Data Penerbitan, Sulit