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|Water Use Efficiency (SDG 6.4)|
|Services Needed:||No services needed/offered|
|Start & End Dates:||Jan. 01, 2016 » Ongoing|
|Project Source:||El Agua nos Une|
Separation, harvesting and recovery of rainwater harvested in 2,330 m2 of roofing: 996 m2 of plant roofing, 880 m2 of service area roofing and 454 m2 of cooling area roofing. The areas described have an average harvesting capacity of 9,490 m3/year, maximum capacity of 51,100 m3/month and a minimum capacity of 4,015 m3/month. The water is led through a rainwater sewer system to a storage tank with a capacity of 300 m3. The water is then used in the production process, which r…
Separation, harvesting and recovery of rainwater harvested in 2,330 m2 of roofing: 996 m2 of plant roofing, 880 m2 of service area roofing and 454 m2 of cooling area roofing. The areas described have an average harvesting capacity of 9,490 m3/year, maximum capacity of 51,100 m3/month and a minimum capacity of 4,015 m3/month. The water is led through a rainwater sewer system to a storage tank with a capacity of 300 m3. The water is then used in the production process, which requires treatment to guarantee compliance with the applicable quality standards.
We expect a reduction in the monthly use of water from the Campoalegre aqueduct of Chinchiná in Caldas equivalent to 9,490 m3/year.
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