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Indian Water Supply Guidelines – Part 2

[fa icon="calendar"] January 21, 2019 at 3:08 PM / by Ankur Verma

Ankur Verma

 

Forward to our last blog Indian Water Supply Guidelines – Part 1, water supply for buildings other than residences as per Part 9, plumbing services of National Building Code Of India 2016.

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Minimum requirement for water supply for buildings other than residences shall be in accordance with the following data.

Table 1 Water Requirements for Buildings Other than Residences

(Clause 4.1.2)

S.No.

Type of Building

Domestic / day in Ltr.

Flushing / day

Total Consumption / day

        I.             

Factories including canteen where bathrooms are required to be provided

30 / Head

15 / Head

45 / Head

      II.             

Factories including canteen where no bath rooms are required to be provided

20 / Head

10 / Head

30 / Head

    III.             

Hospital (excluding laundry and kitchen) ref- Note 2

 

230 / Head

110 / Head

340 / Head

a)      Number of beds not exceeding 100

300 / Head

150 / Head

450 / Head

b)      Number of beds exceeding 100

300 / Head

150 / Head

450 / Head

c)      Out Patient department (OPD)

10 / Head

5 / Head

15 / Head

    IV.             

Nurses homes and medical quarters

90 / Head

45 / Head

135 / Head

      V.             

Hostels

90 / Head

45 / Head

135 / Head

    VI.             

Hotel (up to 3 star) Excluding laundry, kitchen, staff, and water bodies

120 / Head

60 / Head

180 / Head

  VII.             

Hotel (up to 4 star) Excluding laundry, kitchen, staff, and water bodies

260 / Head

60 / Head

320 / Head

VIII.             

Offices including canteen

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

    IX.             

Restaurants including water requirement for kitchen

55 / Head

15 / Head

70 / Head

      X.             

Food court including water requirement for kitchen

25 / Head

10 / Head

35 / Head

    XI.             

Club House

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

  XII.             

Stadiums

4/ Head

6 / Head

10 / Head

XIII.             

Cinemas, concert halls and theatres and multiplexes

5 / Head

10 / Head

15 / Head

XIV.             

School & Educational institutions

 

 

 

 

a)      Without boarding facility

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

b)      With boarding facility

90 / Head

45 / Head

135 / Head

  XV.             

Shopping and retail (Mall)

 

 

 

a)      Staff

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

b)      Visitors

5 / Head

10 / Head

15 / Head

XVI.             

Traffic terminal stations (See note 3 & 4)

 

 

 

a)      Airports

40 / Head

30 / Head

70 / Head

b)      Railway station (Junctions) with bathing facility

40/ Head

30 / Head

70 / Head

c)      Railway station (Junctions) without bathing facility

30 / Head

15 / Head

45 / Head

d)      Railway station (Intermediate) with bathing facility

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

e)      Railway station (Intermediate) without bathing facility

15 / Head

10 / Head

25 / Head

f)       Interstate bus terminals

25 / Head

20 / Head

45 / Head

g)      Intrastate bus terminals / Metro Stations 

10 / Head

5 / Head

15 / Head


Notes:-

  1. For calculating water demand for visitors, consumption of 15 litre per head per day may be taken
  2. The water demand includes requirement of patients, attendants, visitors, and staff, additional water demand for kitchen, laundry, and clinical water shall be computed as per actual requirements
  3. The number of persons shall be determined by average number of passengers handled by stations, with due considerations given to the staff and vendors who are using these facilities.
  4. Consideration should be given for seasonal average peak requirements
  5. The Hospitals may be categorized as category A (25 to 50 beds), category B (51 to 100 beds), category C (101 to 300 beds), category D (301 to 500) and category E (501 to 750 beds)

Using water supply guidelines wisely could make a huge change in our day to day life.

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