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JAMIA HAMDARD UNIVERSITY

JAMIA HAMDARD UNIVERSITY Got 1st rank in Institutional category. Mr S. Ahmad, Vice Chancellor, Jamia Hamdard University receiving Rs 2 Lakh award from Chief minister RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 3,15,380 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi : 611 millimetres (mm)

NIZAMUDDIN EAST COLONY

NIZAMUDDIN EAST COLONY’S RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 2,00,916 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi: 611 millimetres (mm) Total volume of rainwater harvested: 48,531 cubic metres (m 3 ) or 4,85,13,149 litres. Therefore, 39.6 per cent of total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.

Sustainable Urban Water Management: Rainwater Harvesting and Decentralised Wastewater Treatment

The increase in urbanisation has led to increase in the fresh water demand along with wastewater generation. The current water crisis is attributed to mismanagement of water resources and emphasis on the energy as well as resource intensive centralised urban water management. Need is, for the practitioners and user communities, to implement sustainable and affordable decentralised water management practices. This short term five day course will focus on – designing rainwater harvesting (RWH) and decentralised wastewater treatment (DWWT) systems including local reuse.

LIST OF MODEL PROJECTS

The following are the selected sites:  Mira Model School Janki Devi Memorial College  Jamia Hamdard University  The Shri Ram School Tex Corps Limited  Ford Foundation 

MOTHER DAIRY F & V UNIT

MOTHER DAIRY F & V UNITS RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM   RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 89,370 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi: 611 millimetres (mm) Total volume of rainwater harvested: 32,250 cubic metres (m 3 ) or 3,22,49,802 litres Therefore, 59 per cent of the total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.  

ROYAL BHUTANESE EMBASSY

ROYAL BHUTANESE EMBASSYS RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 31,363 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi: 611 millimetres (mm) Total volume of rainwater harvested: 7,867 cubic metres (m 3 ) 78,67,000 litres Therefore, 26 per cent of total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.

DELHI GYMKHANA CLUB

  DELHI GYMKHANA CLUB’S RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 1,13,344 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi: 611 millimetres (mm) Total volume of rainwater harvested: 28,765.8 cubic metres (m 3 ) or 2,87,65,849.4 litres Therefore, 43 per cent of total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.

NEW FRIENDS CLUB

NEW FRIENDS CLUB’S RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 3,700 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi: 611 millimetre (mm) Total volume of rainwater harvested: 960.79 cubic metres (m 3 ) or 9,60,797 litres Therefore, 42 per cent of total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.

BPCL HOUSING COMPLEX

BPCL HOUSING COMPLEX RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop and surface area: 13,910 square metres (sq m) Average annual rainfall in Noida: 792.4 millimetres (mm) Total Volume of rainwater harvested: 4,446 cubic metres (m 3 ) or 44,50,000 litres Therefore, 85 per cent of the total rooftop and surface runoff is being harvested.

HERO HONDA MOTORS, DARUHERA, GURGAON

  HERO HONDA MOTORS RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total rooftop area: 11,080 square metres (sq m)Average annual rainfall in Gurgaon:4 577.8 millimetres (mm) Total rainwater available from rainfall: 5,441 metre cubic (m 3 ) or 54,41,720 litres (Which is 85 per cent of total rainwater harvesting potential of these buildings.)

INDIAN SPINAL INJURY CENTRE

SPINAL INJURY CENTRE'S RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM RAINWATER AVAILABLE FOR HARVESTING Total area - 52,598 square metres (Sq m) Average annual rainfall in Delhi - 611 millimetre (mm) Total volume of water harvested - 27,317 cubic metre (m³) or 273,17,000 litres This represents 85 per cent of the total rainwater harvesting potential.