With nearly 100 families and many homes under construction in LW, the water usage has gone up, but there is no idea of actual usage and leakage. A metering program that starts with the main unit and ends with individual usage is planned.

Narrative

An urban community that relies on an apparently abundant supply of groundwater is concerned about water use.

This project seeks to show actual usage and lead to a payment model.

  • Rajesh Shah of Peer Water Exchange
    • confidential
    • Mobile
    Operating Status: no_data Sun 20 Sep 2020, 4 Days ago

    Nada

    Null

  • Impact Assessment (M&E) Phase Project completed on 4 Dec, 2009 Implementation Phase
  • Rajesh Shah of Blue Planet Network
    • peer
    • confidential
    Implementation Status: in_progress Sun 12 Jul 2009, About 11 Years ago

    Meter at water tank installed

    After a long delay, the meter at the sump tank below the overhead water tank was installed.

    Now the water loss between the main borewell and overhead tank can be measured.

  • Rajesh Shah of Blue Planet Network
    • peer
    • confidential
    Implementation Status: in_progress Wed 04 Feb 2009, Over 11 Years ago

    Meters on main borewell installed

    Two meters on the primary borewell were installed. One meter on the line going to the park for irrigation and the other meter on the line going to the main tank.

  • Implementation Phase Project started on 4 Jan, 2009 Preparation Phase

With nearly 100 families and many homes under construction in LW, the water usage has gone up, but there is no idea of actual usage and leakage. A metering program that starts with the main unit and ends with individual usage is planned.

Narrative

An urban community that relies on an apparently abundant supply of groundwater is concerned about water use.

This project seeks to show actual usage and lead to a payment model.

Impact

Funding

Final Cost:
$10,000

Plan/Proposal