Rain Water Harvesting as Alternative Water Source “Changes start from inside the Campus” Indonesia Case of RWH Presented by: Toha Saleh Center for Environmental and Water Engineering Research Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering – University of Indonesia Research Team: Toha Saleh, Elkhobar, Dwinanti, Dwita SM Participated Students: Adi Pauna, Ahmad Dzaky, Robby Regional Conference for Southeast Asia on Rainwater Harvesting in Integrated Water Resources Management: "An Exchange of Practices and Learnings“ 25-26 November 2008, Davao City - Philippines.
Region Yearly Rainfall (mm) South part of Gunung Slamet (Central Java) 4.000 Bogor (West Java) 3.200 Sumatera 2.300 Malang (East Java) 2.000 Nusa Tenggara (Next to Timor Leste) 1.000 Palu (Central Sulawesi) 546
Understanding the IWRM Water is the basis for all living ecosystems and habitats and part of an immutable hydrological cycle that must be respected if development of human activity and well-being is to be sustainable. A holistic, systemic approach relying on Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) must replace the fragmentation that currently exists in managing water
Primary Goal of LID Design each development site to protect, or restore, the natural hydrology of the site so that the overall integrity of the watershed is protected. This is done by creating a “hydrologically” functional landscape.