Water (WR)

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Water Conservation Program Implementation

The total area of Walailak University is approximately 15,350,400 m2. It is 1st rank of university in Thailand having a tremendous area. Walailak University is located in the southern part of Thailand, a heavy rainfall area with average annual rainfall of 1956.5 mm. Each year we have been facing with flooding problem, so we have water resources management system to protect this problem and to keep amount of water in many detention ponds and canals as presented in figure above. For domestic water use in our university, we have our own waterworks system and a fully water treatment plant to treat waste water coming from academic buildings, laboratory buildings, dormitories, canteens, etc. The total water conservation area is approximately 1,338,832 m2 and can keep amount of water is 9,690,746 m3. It is sufficient for domestic water use in our university all year round. Therefore, the ratio of the amount water conserved in university to total volume of rainfall in the area is approximately 30%.


Autism Science Report For rainwater stations Walailak University Monitoring of rainfall for the year 2019 (January – October 2019

Waterworks House

Water recycle program.

Walailak University has a water recycling program that can treat waste water of 500-1000 cubic meter per day. Around 500 cubic meter per day of treated water is utilized for the following activities.

  1. Watering trees and flowers in the vicinity of the constructed wetland by means of pumping systems and sprinkler.
  2. Watering trees along the road and around the campus, which requires small amount of water due to the rainy condition in the south of Thailand.
  3. Fish farming with treated water that passes quality control
  4. Washing university-owned cars
  5. Cleaning roads on the campus

6.Cooling water for incinerator

Water from treatment plant

Waste water average: 500 /1000 cubic meter/day

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Green campus project