Water Conservation Facilities

MACFAST WATER CONSERVATION FACILITIES
Rainwater Harvesting

The institute has taken sustainable approaches for the implementation of innovative water efficient technologies. The campus has a full-fledged rainwater harvesting facility. As a part of the watershed management scheme, the institute has constructed two interlinked ponds in front of the academic block with a storage capacity of 2,25,000 litres. These well-maintained ponds collect rainwater from the rooftops of Main Academic Block. The collected water is used for gardening and local purposes. Two wells with capacities 70,500 litres & 67,500 litres are built to collect the rainwater from the rooftops. This helps to recharge the groundwater level. 

Open Well Recharge

Open well recharge is an effective method for rain water harvesting. The college has constructed two wells with capacities 70,500 litres & 67,500 litres to collect rainwater from the rooftops. This helps to recharge the groundwater level. 

Waste Water Recycling
The college installed an odour-free, eco-friendly Sewage Treatment Plant in the premises of the boys’ hostel for treatment, recycling and reusing of waste water. Bio-filtration, aeration and oxidation are the major stages of treatment. The tank capacity is 25,000 litres and the treated water is used for gardening purpose.

 

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