RERU guideline and quality control for water discharge

According to the 2023 policy on natural resource and environmental conservation, safety, and occupational health, “Item 4: Water Management” outlines the management of water resources. This includes water treatment, wastewater treatment, monitoring the quality of treated water, and using the treated water. In practice, Roi Et Rajabhat University has an initial wastewater treatment system in place for its buildings. The water that undergoes initial treatment is then sent to a centralized treatment system, specifically a stabilization pond. Treated wastewater is certified to comply with Notification of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, under Enhancement and Conservation of National Environmental Quality Act, B.E. 2548 (2005) and report to Koh Kaew Subdistrict Municipal Office Yearly. The treated water is then utilized for purposes such as irrigating grass fields, landscaping with various plants, and maintaining the university’s forested areas.

Figure 1 : Location of sewage treatment system

Fighre 2 picture and blueprint of water treatment system of Roi Et Rajabhat University, Stabilization pond system

Figure 3 : re-cycle of treated waste water for landscape irrigation and eco system stabilization during summer

Figure 4 : Waste water treatment system report to Koh Kaew Subdistrict Municipal Office.