Water losses have been known to appear in the highlight when talked about Water Management System of India. It has become a need to work on measures to reduce these losses from water distribution system, which play a critical role in efficient resource utilization, resource management and enhanced customer satisfaction. Revenue losses may often root to illegal connections, poor billing execution, inadequacy in pipe network and inefficient technical skills and technology.
Water loss in Water Supply System, challenges water utilizes all the time. When a huge amount of water that is supplied is lost, that doesn’t fetch revenue makes it harder to keep it available to the people at reasonable and affordable prices. Situations like these hold a common occurrence in Indian cities being a reason of intermittent water supply systems.
The Government of Maharashtra, decided to take a close review on the Water Supply System, granting aids and loan guarantees to the Urban Local Bodies for water management system schemes within the state.
Wardha located at 70kms from Nagpur City, is administered by Municipal Council (Category A), is held responsible for the Water Supply System from ‘Dham River’, to Nagpur channelizing water from Pawnar & Yelakeli. Researching and planning by Ceinsys Tech Limited lead to a decision to supplement water management system focusing on water conservation through Non-Revenue water.
Ultrasonic portable flow meters, Full bore electro-magnetic fix type bulk flow meters and Pressure measuring devices were the technology used for the Wardha Municipal Council, which needed 17.36 MLD of Water, but due to inefficient water distribution system, the council was unable to.
Ceinsys Tech Ltd tackled future water demand with 135 ipcd and Non-revenue water (NRW) of the system is 68.99%.
The planning process was led by Ceinsys Tech Ltd and the Government of India bringing awareness about Non-Revenue water future proofing Wardha district. The use of technologies led Ceinsys attain goals delivering objectives providing universal, affordable and equitable water supply system.