water

Water Conservation Program Implementation

Description A :

The management of wastewater, particularly the ablution (wudu) water from Taqwa Mosque of Campus I (capacity of 2000 pilgrims) is reprocessed daily and used for pisciculture at the conservation park of University of Medan Area.

 

Description B,C,D :

Harvested rain water in UMA is treated to be safe drinking water. It is certified as safe drinking water by PDAM (Indonesian Regional Water Utility Company) Tirtanadi. The process involved latest technology for water filtration which use carbon filter for the removal of sand, rust, dirt, organic chemicals, chlorine and hard water contaminants (e.g. heavy metals/trace elements). The system also reduces odor and unwanted color and taste as well as rejects TDS in the water. The filtration system also equipped with reverse osmosis membrane, it removes hard water contaminants which possibly present in water sources such as lead, cooper, barium, chromium, mercury, sodium, cadmium, fluoride, nitrite, nitrate, and selenium. The use of NSF guarantees the taste of water.

Description J :

The policy about water conservation is stated in Rector’s policy about green campus management in UMA which was issued on March 2019

Water Recycling Program Implementation

Description :

The management of wastewater, particularly the ablution (wudu) water from Taqwa Mosque of Campus I (capacity of 2000 pilgrims) is reprocessed daily and used for pisciculture at the conservation park of University of Medan Area.

 

Water Efficient Appliances

Description :

University of Medan Area has implemented the usage of water efficient appliances. The regulation was stipulated in Rector’s Policy about University of Medan Area Green Campus Management Policy.