water

Water Conservation Program Implementation

Description A :

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

Description B,C,D :

As one of the water conservation efforts, UMA utilizes rainwater as a source of RO drinking water for the community of UMA. The quality of drinking water is examined by PDAM (Indonesian Regional Water Utility Company)Tirtanadi. The process starts from the rain water harvesting by using water tank/ rain barrels. Then the harvested rainwater goes to the filtration stage as follows:

  • Stage 1: Inline 5 Micron Sediment Filter

With only five micron rating, It is effective in removing dirt, rust and sand particles.

  • Stage 2 Inline Granular Activated Carbon Filter

It takes out 99% of the chlorine and organic chemicals. It provides enhanced reduction of taste, odor, and color.

  • Stage 3 Inline Granular Activated Carbon Filter

It provides effective filtration to protect your membrane. It provides for improved membrane performance up to 95% of TDS rejection.

  • Stage 4 Reverse Osmosis Membrane

A thin film composite (TFC) high quality membrane that processes 80 gallons per day. It remove the following hard water contaminants that may be present in your water: lead, cooper, barium, chromium, mercury, sodium, cadmium, fluoride, nitrite, nitrate, and selenium.

  • Stage 5 Inline Post Carbon filter:

This carbon post filter removes objectionable tastes and odors to enhance the quality of your drinking water. We are using NSF approved post carbon to guarantee the taste of water.

Description J :

Water conservation programs at the University of Medan Area are regulated in the rector’s policy about green campus management in UMA which was issued on March 2019. The conservation programs are focused on rainwater and Air conditioner waste water utilization. The rainwater not only used for plant waering but also processed into drinking water. Besides these two actions, UMA also has biopores, rain harvesting ponds and infiltration well.

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.

Consumption of Treated Water

Description :

Description :

 As one of the water conservation efforts, UMA utilizes rainwater as a source of RO drinking water for the community of UMA. The quality of drinking water is examined by PDAM (Indonesian Regional Water Utility Company)Tirtanadi. The process starts from the rain water harvesting by using water tank/ rain barrels. Then the harvested rainwater goes to the filtration stage as follows:

  • Stage 1: Inline 5 Micron Sediment Filter

With only five micron rating, It is effective in removing dirt, rust and sand particles.

  • Stage 2: Inline Granular Activated Carbon Filter

It takes out 99% of the chlorine and organic chemicals. It provides enhanced reduction of taste, odor, and color.

  • Stage 3 Inline Granular Activated Carbon Filter

It provides effective filtration to protect your membrane. It provides for improved membrane performance up to 95% of TDS rejection.

  • Stage 4 Reverse Osmosis Membrane

A thin film composite (TFC) high quality membrane that processes 80 gallons per day. It remove the following hard water contaminants that may be present in your water: lead, cooper, barium, chromium, mercury, sodium, cadmium, fluoride, nitrite, nitrate, and selenium.

  • Stage 5 Inline Post Carbon filter:

This carbon post filter removes objectionable tastes and odors to enhance the quality of your drinking water. We are using NSF approved post carbon to guarantee the taste of water.