Sustainable Water Management

Presented By: • Manoj Gupta - 1111 • Pallavi Jagtap - 1112 • Rananjay Jaiswal - 1114 • Santosh Kakade - 1115 • Tejaswi Renushe - 1139 • Ravikiran Sawant - 1140

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Introduction
• Water is essential to the success of our economy, the health of our environment and the well being of our society. • Water will remain essential to the well being of our children and their society. • In order to preserve a sustainable supply of good quality drinking water for future generation, we need to cane our current pattern of consumption by using water more efficiently and building as ethic of water conservation through out the community.

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Facts and figure
• Less than 3% of the world‘s water is fresh – the rest is seawater and undrinkable. • Of this 3% over 2.5% is frozen, locked up in Antarctica, the Arctic and glaciers, and not available to man. • Thus humanity must rely on this 0.5% for all of man‘s and ecosystem‘s fresh water needs.

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mode of human development in which resource use aims to meet human needs while preserving the environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present.Sustainable development • Sustainable development (SD) . 3/16/2013 5 . agriculture commerce and industry. but also for generations to come • The concept of sustainable water management supports economic and social development by optimizing the use and management of water for people. whilst protecting and improving the environment for the future.

Planning requirement 3/16/2013 6 . Demographic changes 3. Climate change 2.Drivers of SWM • It Considers the quality and the quantity of water used and disposed of as well as safeguarding the local environment and amenity. Reducing surface runoff and diffuse pollution 4. 1. Potential to save cost 5.

Establish the target to improve the quality 4. Build coordinated and integrated approach to water management 3/16/2013 7 . Undertake water quality leaving assessment 3. facilities and services 2.Strategy 1. Develop the strategic action plan for reducing water use and improving water quality 5. Undertake water demand assessment of consumption.

review and report on implementation actions and water consumption levels. To reduce water use and encourage water efficiency in all operations 3. 3/16/2013 8 . To be leader in the community in sustainable water management 2. Continue to work in partnership with all to develop water conservation programs for organization and community 4. Monitor. Increase the awareness and understanding of sustainable water use principles and practices in all sectors of organization and the community 5.Strategic Objectives 1.

3/16/2013 9 .Methods • • • • • • Open space irrigation Audits. maintenance system Automatic systems Flow control valves Education programs/ awareness Rain water harvesting etc.

through the application of water saving equipment and technologies.PepsiCo • The company conserved nearly 16 billion litres of water in 2011. creative recycling and re-use. implementing better agricultural practices and irrigation techniques. from a 2006 baseline. and by supporting watershed management initiatives. and by deploying a water management system throughout its manufacturing facilities. • By assisting farmers in growing more water efficient crops. PepsiCo has saved water all along its agricultural supply chain. 3/16/2013 10 .

which have increased access to safe water and sanitation services around the globe. • In 2009. 3/16/2013 11 . • The company has established numerous publicprivate partnerships and collaborations.Contd. PepsiCo was among the first large companies in the world to recognise and to formally adopt the human right to water.

3/16/2013 12 .Technological Improvements • In the U. Walkers business is not only reducing its water usage.K..S. but they are developing technology to capture the natural water from the processing of potatoes with the aim of making facilities water-selfsufficient • In the U. instead of water.. • The Aquafina brand also uses an innovative method to save water during its packaging process—so there is no need to rinse the bottles with water. a technique for cleaning new Gatorade bottles with purified air.

3/16/2013 13 . and reduces water-use by as much as 30 percent.Instead of growing the seedlings in a nursery. The practice of direct seeding has been around for decades. planting the seeds directly into the ground— which bypasses the nursery. • Direct seeding. but PepsiCo developed the innovative farm equipment to help automate this process. eliminates the need for flood irrigation.In India • PepsiCo's manufacturing facilities in India not only conserved more than 3 billion liters of water. but achieved a positive water balance—giving back more water than our facilities consumed.

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Community initiative PepsiCo's community water initiatives • Neelamangala • Panipat • sangareddy 3/16/2013 15 .

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300 trees. to prevent soil degradation and conserve water. 3/16/2013 19 .HUL • Khamgaon • The HUL manufacturing plant in Khamgaon. Maharashtra started a pilot watershed management project on a five-hectare plot. The construction of dams and trenches resulted in the transformation of this dry and arid land into a verdant forest of about 6. • The total land under cultivation during the second crop season increased to 470 acres.

• The project has secured sustainable development of water and land resources.Cont. helped the local population attain self-sufficiency in basic needs of food. fodder and fuel. More than 67 million litres of water have been harvested since 2004. water. 3/16/2013 20 . • Silvassa • HUL and the NGO Vanarai collaborated in Silvassa and other locations in Dadra and Nagar Haveli. and generated local employment opportunities through increased economic activity. with soil conservation treatment carried out on 282 hectares of land.

• Puducherry • HUL's Puducherry unit partnered with DHAN Foundation in 2008-09 to renovate eight village ponds • The project focussed on building social capital by empowering a specially formed villagers' pond association to execute the work.Cont. • The renovated rainwater harvesting system has fulfilled the multiple domestic needs of 4. 3/16/2013 21 .519 households and 346 acres of land have been irrigated due to the rejuvenation of ground water.

Sir Ratan Tata Trust • Construction / Renovation of Check dam /Causeway / Dykes . Drinking water wells /Renovation of Saline Wells 3/16/2013 22 .Well recharging.Construction of Waste weirs / Culverts / Bori Bandh. Percolation Tank/Village Ponds/ tanks/ Renovation/ De silting/Deepening Percolation Wells .Hindalco • Salinity Mitigation and water management in Junagadh • Parteners: Government of Gujarat.

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5 to 3 fold with introduction of low water intensity crops and horticulture. Instead of one crop per year.000 Hectare and total number of farmers benefitted 15. Total area benefitted is over 23. • Outcome: The project has given positive results / impacts in all social. environmental & economical aspects of life of local community.Cont. farmers are able to grow three. few of them are as under: 1. Agricultural productivity has increased.500. 3/16/2013 24 . Over all agricultural productivity has increased by 1.

Cont. 3/16/2013 25 . • Improved quality of drinking water has lead to improved health status of the population. • The mined-out pits that converted into water reservoirs for rainwater harvesting has increased the ground water level in project area by 30 feet.

ITC • Integrated Watershed management Project in Bundi District. Soil and water conservation measures including the different type of water harvesting structures: • Water Harvesting Structures • Irrigation Tanks (Talai) • Gully Plugs • Chain Linked Gabion • Loose Stone Check Dams • Field Bunding 3/16/2013 26 . Rajasthan • The main project components were: A.

Adoption of improved agricultural practices including crop diversification and organic composting • Package of Agronomical practices • Vermi and Super Composting C. Capacity building • Training • Farmer Meeting • Exposure Visits • E-Choupal Sanchalak Sammelan • Kisan Goshti 3/16/2013 27 .B.

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011cubic meter of field bunding was carried out.300personsdays of employment.Cont. 22. 3/16/2013 29 . benefiting 4. • 16 Water Harvesting structures – 6 check dams and 10 irrigation Tanks have been constructed between 2005-08 • 607 gully Plugs. 28 GI-Chain linked Gabion. • In the span of 4 years. 58 loose stone check dams were constructed.044 households and generating 31. 5 village watershed committees with 75 members and 15 water user groups have been formed for management of the constructed structures.

• 15 watershed management related training programme and 7 exposure visits have been organized. thus increasing the command area significantly. 3/16/2013 30 . • The structures provide critical irrigation directly to more than 400 hectares in the command area • The creation of dead storage potential of more than 5 Lakhs cubic meter of water contributes to the recharge of numerous well downstream.

Lupin • Rain Water Harvesting Project. Roop was Block of Bharatpur District • Provision for drinking water • Building internal roads • Basic sanitation • Formal education • Community centers • Electrification • Training cum Production Centers etc 3/16/2013 31 .

• Awareness creation amongst community regarding the importance of water. • Motivation of community for sustainability of Rain Water Harvesting Structure and its management 3/16/2013 32 . • Lupin is extensively focusing on water management and demonstrating water harvesting all over the Bharatpur district.Cont. Few of impacts are as under: • 42 schools and villages benefited by provision of drinking water facility. • Contamination free safe drinking water for school children.

Coca-Cola India • Reduce • Goal: Be the most efficient water user among peer companies. • The Coca-Cola system in India has improved its water use efficiency (water usage ratio) by over 25 percent since 2005. 3/16/2013 33 .

• Recycle • Goal: Return to the environment. • Treated wastewater is then used within plants for utility purposes in boilers. the water we use in our manufacturing operations by the end of 2010 through comprehensive wastewater treatment. at a level that supports aquatic life.Cont. • Wastewater.water used in system operations is recycled through a treatment and cleansing process. This ensures that the quality of the wastewater meets applicable local laws and regulations before being released back into the environment. 3/16/2013 34 . evaporators. reducing use of external water resources. chillers and outside for landscape irrigation and dust control.

• The treated wastewater is also used for secondary purposes of the plant. Thus. such as toilet cleaning. • All the discharged waste water is measured and also used in many plants for developing green belt inside the plants. floor wash etc which is in keeping with our policy to reduce water and use recycled water for secondary purposes within our plants 3/16/2013 35 .Cont. the treated waste water in large number of units complies with ―Zero Discharge‖ norm of the PCB where in all the treated waste water is utilized within the plant premises for on-land discharge.

• Replenish • Goal: Expand global support of healthy watersheds and sustainable community water partnerships. • At the end of 2010. These structures had installed in partnership with Resident Welfare Associations. NGOs and local communities. Industry Associations. 3/16/2013 36 . had installed more than 400 rainwater harvesting structures spread across 22 states. Market Welfare Associations. • They had also undertaken the restoration of several ponds including the historical Sarang pond in Sarnath and Lehartara pond in Varanasi. Educational Institutions.Cont.

3/16/2013 37 . • They had also constructed check dams in several areas of the country like at Kalahasti in Chittoor.Cont. These initiatives are helping us reach our goal of reaching a ‗zero water balance‘ with respect to groundwater usage. the Coca-Cola system in India will create a rainwater harvesting potential equivalent to the amount of groundwater used for its operations in India. at Ramnagaram near Bangalore and at Wada near Mumbai. By achieving a ―zero water balance‖ with respect to groundwater usage. in Andhra Pradesh.

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