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Water Quality & Smart Water Meter: Nilesh Patel, Exe. Assistant, Surat Municipal Corporation

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Smart City Summit, Surat 2016 - Water Quality & Smart Water Meter: Nilesh Patel, Exe. Assistant, Surat Municipal Corporation

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Water Quality & Smart Water Meter: Nilesh Patel, Exe. Assistant, Surat Municipal Corporation

  1. 1. Surat Municipal Corporation Water Supply
  2. 2.  Source of Water: Surface Water of River Tapti  Total numbers of Water Works:- 8  Rander Water Works – 250 MLD  Katargam Water works – 390 MLD  Head Water Works – 68 MLD  Sarthana Water Works – 470 MLD  Kosad Water Work - 90 MLD  Mota Varachha Water Works - 32 MLD  Dindoli Water Works - 78 MLD  Simada Water Works - 90 MLD  Total Installed capacity of all WTP:- 1468 MLD  Intake Wells – 7 Numbers (Total Capacity – 2193 MLD)  Rander Water Works – 360 MLD  Katargam Water Works – 240 MLD  Katargam Water Works – 263 MLD  Sarthana Water Works – 240 MLD  Sarthana Water Works – 360 MLD  Mota Varachha Intakewell – 360 MLD  Valak Intakewell - 370 MLD  Thus, WTP capacity will suffice upto Year 2026, Intake well capacity will suffice upto Year 2041 Water Supply - FacilitiesWater Supply - Facilities
  3. 3.  Present gross daily average water supply : 1150 MLD  Total numbers of Water Distribution Stations: : 29  Total Storage capacity of all UGSR : 709.1 ML  Total Storage capacity of all ESR : 120.7 ML  Total Approx. length of all water supply pipelines : 3350Km.  Percentage Population covered through piped network :95% Water Supply - FacilitiesWater Supply - Facilities
  4. 4. Water Supply Trend (1961 to 2016) (in MLD)Water Supply Trend (1961 to 2016) (in MLD)
  5. 5. Projected Water Supply DemandProjected Water Supply Demand Year 2026 2041 Population 87.48 Lac 123.04 Lac Water demand 1682.63 MLD 2331.67 MLD
  6. 6. Surat Municipal Corporation Water Quality Monitoring System
  7. 7. Water Quality Monitoring and Reporting SetupWater Quality Monitoring and Reporting Setup
  8. 8. Water Quality Testing StagesWater Quality Testing Stages Source (River Water) In-process Supply Water from Water Works Dispatch water from Distribution stations Consumer Raw water Inlet and outlet of clarifiers Inlet and outlet of Filters Clear water sump (Treated water) Generation Distribution
  9. 9. Water Quality Monitoring - StagesWater Quality Monitoring - Stages Sr. No. Stages of Water Supply Monitoring Setup Compliance 1. Source (River) Through Laboratory of Each Water Works CPCB classification for inland surface water 2. Water Treatment Plant (8 Laboratories at individual water works) IS 10500-2012 3. Water Distribution Stations / Pumping Stations Turbidity meter, FRC meter (29 Stations, each is having set of Turbidity and FRC meter) IS 10500-2012 4. Consumer End •Comprehensive Testing through Centralized NABL Accreditated Lab •Mobile Water Quality monitoring for spot checking and reporting IS 10500-2012
  10. 10. Water Quality MonitoringWater Quality Monitoring Testing Parameters & Testing FrequencyTesting Parameters & Testing Frequency Sr. Location Frequency Parameter Stage 1 Generation (more than 831 samples) Round the Clock pH, Turbidity, TDS, Free Residual Chlorine (FRC), Dissolved Oxygen (DO) Raw Water, Treated / Supply Water from Water Works 2 Hourly pH, Turbidity, Free Residual Chlorine (FRC) Raw Water, Treated Water 3 Shift wise pH, Turbidity, Colour Index, Taste, FRC, TDS, Alkalinity, DO Raw Water, Treated Water, Supply Water 4 Weekly pH, Turbidity, Colour Index, Taste, FRC, TDS, Alkalinity, DO, Total Hardness, Nitrate, Iron, Fluoride, Ammonical Nitrogen, Chloride, Chlorine Demand, BOD, COD, MPN Index (17 parameters) Raw Water, Treated Water, Supply Water 5 Quarterly All heavy metals, Pesticides, Radioactive elements, THMs, Chloramines, Virological and Bacteriological test as per IS 10500 including above 17 parameters Raw Water, Treated / Supply water 1 WDS (23 samples) Twice in Supply hour Turbidity, FRC Supply water to consumer from WDS 2 Weekly pH, Turbidity, Colour Index, Taste, FRC, TDS, Alkalinity, DO, Total Hardness, Nitrate, Iron, Fluoride, Ammonical Nitrogen, Chloride, Supply water to consumer from WDS 1 Consumer (more than 660 samples) Daily Odour, pH, TDS, Ammonical Nitrogen, FRC Consumer samples
  11. 11. Per Day Total Sample ManagementPer Day Total Sample Management Stages under monitoring Total number of samples per day Generation ( At Water Works) Raw Water:- 39 In-process (inlet / Outlet of clarifiers and filter beds):- More than 729 Treated Water:- 39 Supply Water:-24 Consumer / households 220 – 240 – for lab testing, 480 – 490 – Onsite FRC testing > 700 > 831 Compliance to the CPHEEO and WHO Guidelines
  12. 12. Accreditation of Water Testing Laboratory facilities under NABL as per ISO 17025 Improvement in Distribution Water QualityImprovement in Distribution Water Quality MonitoringMonitoring
  13. 13. Mobile Water Quality Monitoring VAN with adequate testing instruments / equipments for spot checking and reporting Improvement in Distribution Water QualityImprovement in Distribution Water Quality MonitoringMonitoring
  14. 14. Monitoring of consumer samples through Water Plus Application Improvement in DistributionImprovement in Distribution Water Quality MonitoringWater Quality Monitoring
  15. 15. Consumer sample monitoring and reportingConsumer sample monitoring and reporting Sampling Testing Reporting Apex body Water Supply Health Reporting through SMS alert as soon as fitness test is done in laboratory
  16. 16. Way aheadWay ahead Integration with SMAC centre for monitoring and control Source Monitoring Water Treatment Plant (Real time water quality monitoring) Distribution Water Quality Monitoring Consumer Water Quality Monitoring – Mapping on GIS based map Contamination mapping and network rehabilitation
  17. 17. Surat Municipal Corporation Water Metering
  18. 18. Value Chain of Water Supply and MeteringValue Chain of Water Supply and Metering Source (Intake) Water Treatment Water Distribution Station (UGSR, ESR) Consumer Metered Incoming to WTP Metered (incoming and outgoing
  19. 19. In 24 x 7 Water Supply area All consumers with all size of water connection – must be metered In intermittent water supply >0.5” connections size – Must be metered 0.5” connection size  Water Based commercial units – Must be metered Metering PolicyMetering Policy
  20. 20. All Water Treatment Plants, Distribution Stations ESRs are metered Consumer metering > 12000 connections in 24x7 water supply area – Metered >8000 connections in intermittent supply - Metered All industrial units (textile units) – 175 units – metered (Batter operated Electromagnetic Meters) Metering done so farMetering done so far
  21. 21. Factors Of Comparison Ordinary Mechanical Meters AMR Compatible Water Meters AMR Meters Ultra Sonic Inline Meters Electro Magnetic Meters Make Itron, Elster Itron, Elster, Baylan Itron, Baylan, Arad Adept Fluidyne, ABB,E & H, Siemens, Forbs, Adept Fluidyne Model No. Elster-H4000 Multimag TM II TK -23 UFM 6740 AquaMaster3, Technology & Principal of Functioning Mechanical Water Meters Usually Utilize Impeller And Gear To Calculate Water Flow Rate Mechanical Water Meters Usually Utilize Impeller And Gear To Calculate Water Flow Rate & Plus O/P Generated For Future AMR with System. Mechanical Water Meters Usually Utilize Impeller And Gear To Calculate Water Flow Rate & Plus O/P Generated For AMR System (Radio frequency signal) Ultrasonic Flow meters Operate Using The Transit- Time Differential Method. It Is A Non- Intrusive Device That Measures Volumetric Flow. The Electromagnetic Flow meter Uses Faraday's Law Of Electromagnetic Induction To Measure The Process Flow. Accuracy ±2 to ± 5% ±2 to ± 5% ±2 to ± 5% ±1% ±0.5% Repeatability ±0.5% ±0.5% ±0.5% ±0.2% ±0.15%
  22. 22. Domestic consumers Spot reading and billing – Integrated with Information System Department for demand and recovery Industrial Consumers (Textile units) Fortnightly reading and billing Metering, reading and billingMetering, reading and billing
  23. 23. All Stand alone SCADA system in water supply – being integrated with SMAC centre All industrial revenue meters – Centralized water consumption monitoring, reading and billing Way aheadWay ahead
  24. 24. Component – SCADA, automation and integration with SMAC Source to Consumer – Centralized monitoring Operation Monitoring and control through SCADA, automation for water supply components Smart Metering – Remote monitoring, reading, billing “Comprehensive DPR under scrutiny consist of Execution of components and O&M for 10 years on PPP basis for ABD area under SMART City Program” SMART City Area (ABD) – Water Quality andSMART City Area (ABD) – Water Quality and MeteringMetering
  25. 25. Surat Municipal Corporation ThankYou

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