Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH CHECKLIST AND DELPHI METHODS, CASE STUDY: SURAN CITY, IRAN

March 5, 2018 Posted by In Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

ABSTRACT

RAINWATER HARVESTING SYSTEM (MyRAWAS): TOWARDS UPSCALING WATER-CONSERVING PRACTICE AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL

Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author: Marlia M. Hanafiah

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited

DOI: 10.26480/ees.01.2018.10.12

With rapid population growth and growing demand on the water supply, rainwater harvesting has been seen as a viable alternative for providing clean water supplies for domestic uses. In accordance with the urgency, the rainwater harvesting system (MyRAWAS) has been designed and installed to supply water for domestic uses at Kolej Ungku Omar residential college, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Although the quality of rainwater from a rainwater harvesting system can vary depending on environmental conditions, selection and installation of appropriate storage and catchment materials together with the application of post-cistern treatment can significantly improve harvested rainwater and reduce cistern cleaning. The development of rainwater harvesting system, also known as MyRAWAS is one of the important initiatives towards sustainable water management in UKM that is located within the Langat watershed, Selangor.
Pages 10-12
Year 2018
Issue 1
Volume 2

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