To conserve water resources, recharge ground water table, avoid wastage of water - there are 7rain water harvesting structures (recharge pits) in the campus and channelizing of roof top collection system to greenery in the campus is available.
The ground water is pumped into storage tanks located at different places in the campus. There are numbers of overhead storage tanks in the campus. The water is distributed through well laid pipe network. Drinking water after treating in RO plant is supplied through a separate set of distribution pipes and water for all other purpose is supplied through another set of distribution pipes. Entire distribution system is well supervised by Civil works committee to ensure that there are no leakages and wastages of precious water through joints, valves etc. Waste usage of water is reduced using low pressure flushes. All the stakeholders of the college are well educated to use water economically and efficiently.
The main source of water for drinking, and other purposes is the ground water. There are three bore wells (fitted with 5HP motors each) on the campus, from these bore wells, ground water will be pumped into water storage tanks situated on top floors with a capacity of 1000-2000 liters. One bore well adjacent to Second block is earmarked for RO plant due to good quality of water i.e. Ozonized drinking water (5000-7000 liters on average per day) will be supplied to the central drinking water facility located opposite to library block and also to all the blocks- including hostels, canteen, kitchen and mess through a good network of distribution system. Water from the 3 bore wells will be pumped and stored in storage tanks in all the blocks meant for supplying water to wash rooms etc located in hostels and all the blocks including maintaining greenery. Waste water from these sources will be collected through a good network of pipesand channelized into a sewer and recycled. As such there is no waste water to disposed of, i.e Zero discharge. Cent percent utilization of waste water for maintaining greenery on the campus.
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