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Water Audit services :-

With the increasing water wastage and unplanned water usage has brought us to a point of crisis where water is becoming a priceless commodity with every passing second. Industries, organisations and manufacturing units that are dependent on water availability for their smooth operation are now taking initiatives for carrying out water audits. Not only private platform but also government has shown its concern to the industries not going for water audit and managing their water usage pattern.

Water Conservation Services Audit not only quantifies the water consumption pattern in an organisation but also focuses on all the flow of water in a system to understand its usage, reduce losses and improve water conservation.

Water audits act as an instrument to identify areas of higher specific water use, assess wastewater pollutant load and determine techniques for mitigation through the application of 3R (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) principle.

Why to go for Water Audit?

Water audits provide a way to inventory all water uses in a facility and identify ways to increase water usage efficiency. This in turn helps to prioritize steps to implement cost-effective water-saving measures.

  • Water audit improves the knowledge and documentation of the distribution system

  • Identifies the problem and risk areas and a better understanding of what is happening to the water after it leaves the source point

  • Leads to reduction in water losses

  • Improved financial performance

  • Efficient use of existing supplies

  • Better safeguard to public health and property and reduced legal liability,

  • Large potential cost savings that can be achieved by water harvesting, through the recycling of water/rain water

Recent Guidelines on Water Audit

Recent government directives are championing the cause of water conservation, ushering in a new era of environmental responsibility. The primary vehicle for this transformation is the Jal Shakti Ministry, and it has entrusted the Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) with the task of ensuring compliance with water consumption benchmarks across a wide spectrum of industrial sectors.

Under these directives, a stern stance is taken against those who extract groundwater without proper certification, as the CGWA enforces environmental compensation measures. Industries that draw more than 100 cubic meters of groundwater per day now find themselves in the spotlight. They are required to undergo an annual water audit and submit detailed reports to the CGWA within a three-month timeframe. Additionally, for those heavy water users, consuming over 100 cubic meters of groundwater per day, a significant challenge awaits.

These high-water consumers are now mandated to reduce their groundwater usage by a substantial 20% within the next three years. To accomplish this, they must employ appropriate means and innovative solutions to not only meet regulatory requirements but also contribute to a more sustainable future.

This momentous shift in water management policies heralds a new dawn of responsibility and accountability for industrial players across the nation. It's time to adapt, evolve, and embrace a greener, water-wise future.

We Offer Wide Range of Water Auditing Services:

Inventum Power offers its best team to meet the growing need of conducting water management for any industry along with their excellence in locating an elusive leak and recommend for best water management strategies & NOC from CGWA.

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  • Water Audit/Balance

  • Water Risk Assesment

  • Water Audit for CGWA NOC Application

  • Water Management Planning (WMP)

  • Water Footprint

  • Water Conservation Plans (WCP)

  • Water Efficiency Improvement Programmes (WEIP)

  • Suggestion on ETP/STP Plant

  • Identifying the water leakages/shared supply or internal inefficiency of the water system

  • Evaluation of Water Use Inventory

  • Evaluate the Water Meters

  • Review of the Maintenance Practices

  • Review of the Water Conservation Planning and Techniques

  • Suggestion of Water Conservation Techniques if required

  • Pros & Cons of the existing system if any

  • Benefits of the suggested schemes

  • Extend our business support for planning and execution of water conservation techniques

  • Water Balancing Techniques: Unlike enhancing Energy Efficiency, water efficiency also improves with water balancing techniques that helps to meet internal policies, comply with legal standards or demonstrate the facility’s commitment towards sustainability

Scope under Water Audit services by Inventum Power

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