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It is a matter of great pride that the Institute of Aeronautical Engineering (IARE) is ranked one among the Top 200 best Engineering colleges as per NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework), Ministry of Education (MoE), Govt. of India since 2017.

Water Conservation

The institute being situated near the lake side, water table is good. Being located in the city sub-urban area, there is no municipal water supply. The institute depends on ground water for all its water needs. Hence, efficient usage of available water and water conservation measures are adopted. The daily requirement of water in the campus is around 50000 liters.

Facilities

  • Rain Water Harvesting
  • Bore Well Recharge
  • Availability of Storage Tanks
  • Waste Water Recycling
  • Water Distribution System

The following measures are taken for the conservation of water:

Rain Water Harvesting:

Institute has taken maximum steps to harvest rain water inside the campus

  • Number of rain water harvesting pits are 27 which are constructed in the campus at various places.
  • Bore well recharge is done.
  • It helps us to reduce the floods on roads and mitigate water stagnation inside campus. It also aided to improve the ground water level to a considerable extent.
Rainwater Harvesting
S. No Location Quantity Size of each pit Used for
1 Block 1 6 2.7 m3 Roof top rain water
2 Block 2 8 2.7 m3 Roof top rain water
3 Block 3 6 2.7 m3 Roof top rain water
4 Block 4 7 2.7 m3 Roof top rain water

Bore Well Recharge:

Bore well water is used to provide the sufficient amount of water to meet the needs of all stake holders and employees. it is recharged by rain water.

Bore well Details
S. No Type of Well Depth (feet) Water Level (feet) Water (inches) Motor and Pump Capacity) Water Delivered by the Pump
1 Bore 800 450 3 7.5 hp & 15 stage 8000 Liters / Hour

Availability of Storage Tanks :

Two underground tanks with the capacity of 60,000 liters each is constructed as a central system and also overhead tanks on top of the building. A contour bund is created as the boundary for all rain water harvesting pits for the passage and percolation of rain water.

Water Tank Details
S. No Type of Tank Tank capacity (Liters) Quantity  Function
1 Underground Tank 60,000 2 Bore well water stored
2 Over Head Tank 5,000 1 Bore well water distributed
3 Over Head Tank 3,000 1
4 Over Head Tank 3,000 1
5 Over Head Tank 3,000 1 RO water distributed
6 Recycled Water (STP) underground tank 35,000 1 Water distribution for garden
7 Waste waste storage in underground tank 35,000 1 Water waste stored

Waste Water Recycling:

In this campus 49,000 liters of water demand is for college smooth functioning. Total water demand is being met by extracting from ground through bore well and is naturally replenished (being situated lake side), also recharged with bunds and harvesting pits. Total waste water produced from the campus is treated with centrally constructed decentralized sewage treatment plant (STP). This decentralized waste water treatment plant is installed with capacity of 2000 liters per hour . The waste water after treatment is proposed to be utilized effectively for gardening purpose. This will incident ally drastically reduce the usage of fresh water. Approximate estimation given below for the information.

Utilization of Recycling Water
S. No Type of plant and tree Quantity Use of water (Liters) Water used (Liters / Day)
1 Landscaping 45,000 sft 0.3 13,500
2 Flower plants and shrubs 25,000 0.3 7,500
3 Badam 400 10 4000
4 Kadamba 300 10 3000
5 Royal farms 150 10 1500
6 Mango 20 10 200
7 Guava 20 10 200
8 Date farms 5 10 50
Total 27,250

Water Distribution System:

The Bore well water is pumped into two ground storage tank which has a capacity 60,000 liters each and then water is pumped to the overhead tanks of 11,000 liters capacity . Further the water is distributed to washrooms, construction, canteen,  workshops and floor cleaning through well laid pipe network. The water from overhead tank is distributed to all taps across the campus.

IARE has its own two mineral water (RO) plant with the capacity of 750 liters per hour each. Water coolers are installed in all blocks to provide the clean drinking water to all the staff and students in the institute.

Waste water usage is reduced using low pressure flushes and water is supplied through a separate set of distribution pipes. Entire distribution system is well supervised by Civil works committee to ensure that there are no leakages and wastage of precious water through joints, valves etc.  All the stakeholders of the institute are well educated to use water economically and efficiently.  Our own institution plumbers maintain the plumbing system. Whenever the problems are identified immediate actions are taken for restrict wastage of water.

Water Distribution System
S. No Blocks Type of use Quantity Uses of water (Liters) Approx. total use of water (Liters)
1 Block 1 Washrooms 12 800 9600
Cooler 5 300 1500
Floor cleaning 5 100 500
2 Block 2 Washrooms 4 600 2400
Cooler 0 0 0
Floor cleaning 4 100 400
3 Block 3 Wash rooms 8 900 7200
Cooler 5 300 1500
Floor cleaning 4 100 400
4 Block 4 Wash rooms 2 900 1800
Workshop 5 200 1000
Floor cleaning 5 100 500
5 Canteen Wash rooms 3 500 1500
Coolers 2 500 1000
Hand wash area 5 300 1500
Floor Cleaning 1 3100 3100
6 Workshops Hand wash 1 1000 1000
7 Construction New construction 1 10000 10000
Total 49,250 Liters
Utilization of Water
S. No Type of use Water Used (Liters / Day)
1 Washrooms 24,000
2 Construction 10,000
3 Drinking Water 4,000
4 Canteen 5,000
5 Workshops 1,000
6 Floor cleaning 5,000
Total 49,250 

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