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Natural Resource Management Of Water Powerpoint Presentation Slides

Introducing Natural Resource Management Of Water PowerPoint Presentation Slides which will assist in developing, distributing, and managing the optimum use of water resources. Take advantage of our readily available water testing PPT visuals, and discuss the six main indicators of the water quality. This water resource management PPT slide deck can be used by the department of water for analyzing information about water quality and to underpin decisions about water resource management. The water quality section will help you understand sources of water pollution, natural and human processes affecting water quality. Give a brief overview of the optimization of deterioration in water quality and pollutants that deteriorate water quality on a global scale with the help of our water quality management PowerPoint infographics. You can also showcase the wastewater treatment according to various industry types by utilizing these water quality monitoring PowerPoint slides. Describe how you can monitor and assess the water quality in order to manage the water resources. Highlight the trends that can influence the water industry in the future. You can design monitoring programs by describing monitoring types, monitoring areas, considerations while selecting the sampling site, frequency, and time of sampling etc by downloading this readily available water quality monitoring PPT slides. https://bit.ly/3o9aXA1

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  1. 1. Your Company Name Natural Resource Management Of Water
  2. 2. 2 CONTENT 2 WATER QUALITY DESIGNING A MONITORING PROGRAM WASTE WATER TREATMENT & REUSE MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT BUDGET KPI METRICS & DASHBOARDS INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. 3 INTRODUCTION 3 ➢ Key global water industry statistics ➢ Water industry trends ➢ Water industry growth drivers ➢ Global water treatment market by industry ➢ Global water treatment market by geography ➢ Water industry key statistics in U.S. ➢ Water market overview 3
  4. 4. Water Market Overview 4 US Market $ Bln. US 5 Year Growth % Global Market $ Bln. Global Growth % Overall Water Market $211.0 1 - 3% $26.48 3 - 5% Water Treatment Equipment $10.00 4 - 2% $12.40 2 - 5% Transport (pipes, pumps & valves) $6.14 5 - 1% $43.11 1 - 6% Chemicals $4.25 3 - 4% $32.10 4 - 2% Instruments & Testing $2.54 4 - 2% $20.26 2 - 7% Residential Water Treatment $8.61 6 - 2% $14.82 2 - 8% Engineering & Construction $2.14 2 - 6% $28.41 6 - 10% Drinking & WW Utilities $3.12 5 - 2% $61.10 2 - 5% $1.2 $2.4 $3.2 $4.5 $5.6 $7.4 $7.8 $9.11 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Memberance Diversions & Screens Filtration System & Media Primary Process Equriment Annual Global Capital Expenditure in Water Equipment ($ Bln) This slide provides an overview on water market size, Growth rate & capital expenditure. You can edit the data according to your requirements. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  5. 5. Industrial Water Management Costs $90,258m Wastewater Treatment Plants $30,106m Sludge Management $40,456m Industrial Process Water $50,468m Ultrapure Water Treatment Systems $60,754m Drinking Water Plants $20,126m Water & Wastewater Treatment Operations $80,512m Industrial Wastewater Treatment System $70,848m Global Water Treatment Market by Industry 5 This slide shows division of wastewater treatment market by industry type. You can edit the data according to your requirements. Treatment Market $307,568m This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  6. 6. Global Water Treatment Market by Geography 6 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. This slide shows division of wastewater treatment market by geography. You can edit the data according to your requirements. North America 31.5% Asia pacific 28.5% Rest of World 14.1% Europe 25.9%
  7. 7. Water Industry Key Statistics in U.S. 7 Common Type of Water Filters Uses of water Top5 Where do Office Buildings use Water? Total size of the US Water Market $134 Billion Of the total water use in commercial & institutional facilities come from office buildings 9% Drinking/Kitchen Cooling/Heating Landscaping Restrooms Ion Exchange Membrane Activated Carbon Reverse-Osmosis Distillers Ultraviolet (UV) Drinking/Householders Agriculture Industry/Commerce Energy Recreation Key statistics play a vital role in analysing the market. You can replace this data with your own. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  8. 8. Key Global Water Industry Statistics 8 Industry is the second largest user of water, behind agriculture Global demand for water will exceed viable resources by 40% by 2030 if we continue business as usual Global water demand for Manufacturing is anticipated to increase by 400% by 2050 Realizing a circular economy could globally divert up to 340 million tons of waste from landfill each year This slide provides forecast about the water industry based on the current patterns globally. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  9. 9. Trends Influencing Water Industry 9 Increasing Regulation 01. Enhanced Monitoring & Measurement 03. Failing Infrastructure 02. Water Scarcity 04. Greater Conservation & Efficiency 05. Growth in Desalination 06. Water Industry Trends This slide shows key trends that will influence water industry in future. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  10. 10. Water Industry Growth Drivers 10 3.0x to 4.0 x Increase in Water Technology & Solutions Market 2030 $150 Billion Estimated Market for Water Technology 2019 “ 2.5x Increase in Demand (3.0% CAGR) Stronger Environmental Compliance Required Grater Efficiency Required (Energy & O&M Costs) Gradual Migration towards “Market” pricing for Water Delivery & Treatment The slide includes leading factors that will affect performance of water technology market.
  11. 11. 11 WATER QUALITY 11 ➢ Pollutants that deteriorate water quality on global scale ➢ Natural processes effecting water quality ➢ Human processes effecting water quality ➢ Brief overview on optimization of deterioration in water quality ➢ Sources of water pollution 11
  12. 12. Sources of Water Pollution 12 Natural Causes Sources of Water Pollution Anthropogenic Causes Same in Rural & Urban Areas ➢ Geology of Rocks ➢ Climate Change ➢ Atmospheric ➢ Text Here ➢ Text Here Urban Areas ➢ Industrial Discharge ➢ Channelization ➢ Municipal Discharges ➢ Text Here ➢ Text Here Rural Areas ➢ Agricultural Activities ➢ Run off from Croplands ➢ Mining Operation ➢ Text Here ➢ Text Here ➢ Text Here When we talk about Water Quality, first thing that comes in to picture is the sources of pollution which have been categorised in this slide. You can edit this based on your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  13. 13. Natural Processes Effecting Water Quality 13 Process Type Major Process within Water Body Water Body Hydrological Dilution All water bodies Evaporation Surface waters Percolation & leaching Groundwaters Suspension & setting Surface waters Physical Gas exchange with atmosphere Mostly rivers and lakes Volatilisation Mostly rivers and lakes Adsorption/desorption All water bodies Heating and cooling Mostly rivers and lakes Diffusion Chemical Photodegradation Acid base reactions All water bodies Redox base reactions All water bodies Dissolution of particles All water bodies Precipitation of minerals All water bodies Lonic exchange1 Groundwaters Biological Primary production Surface waters Microbial die-off and growth All water bodies Decomposition of organic matter Mostly rivers and lakes Bioaccumulation2 Mostly rivers and lakes Biomagnification3 Mostly rivers and lakes Here we have provided four different process types affecting water quality along with their sub-categories. Choose the one that suits your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  14. 14. Human Processes Effecting Water Quality 14 Major Sources of Water Pollution Water Body Dumping All water bodies Industrial Runoff All water bodies Agricultural Runoff Surface waters Chemical Runoffs All water bodies Plastics All water bodies Batteries Groundwaters Domestic City Sewage Rivers and lakes Septic Systems All water bodies Excess Nutrients in Supply Water Surface waters Leaks & Spills Surface waters Fossil Fuels All water bodies Mining Surface Waters Sources Type Indirect Sources Direct Sources Here we have provided two different human source types affecting water quality along with their sub-categories. Choose the one that suits your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  15. 15. Brief Overview on Optimization of Deterioration in Water Quality 15 Determining the quality of water and aquatic environment and adopting water- use procedures that prevent deterioration In order to control pollution, wastes are treated before discharging into a water resource Polluted water is treated before use in order to meet the optimum water quality A three-point strategy to resolve conflict between water use and quality deterioration. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  16. 16. Pollutants that deteriorate Water Quality on Global Scale 16 Rivers Lakes Reservoirs Groundwaters Pathogens ●●● ● ● ● Suspended Solids ●● ○○ ● ○○ Decomposable organic matter ●●● ● ●● ● Eutrophication ● ●● ●●● ○○ Nitrate as a pollutant ● ○ ○ ●●● Salinisation ● ○ ○ ●●● Heavy matels ●● ●● ●● ●● Organic micro-pollutants ●● ● ●● ●●● Acidification ● ●● ● ○ Changes to hydrological regimes ●● ●● ●● ● ●●● ●● ● ○ ○○ Globally Occurring or Locally Severe Deterioration Important Deterioration Occasional or Regional Deterioration Rare Deterioration Not Relevant Here in this slide we have provided some of the common chemical and biological pollutants that deteriorate water quality. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  17. 17. 17 Designing a Monitoring Program 17 ➢ Frequency and timing of sampling ➢ Water quality monitoring types ➢ Global water quality monitoring equipment by application- market share & growth rate ➢ Preliminary surveys for determining water quality ➢ Description of the monitoring area ➢ Types of monitoring sites and programme objectives ➢ Considerations while selecting sampling site ➢ Location map of the sampling sites ➢ Variables used in water quality monitoring programme 17
  18. 18. Global Water Quality Monitoring Equipment by Application- Market Share & Growth Rate 18 Applications Ground Water Drinking Water Waste Water Laboratory Aquaculture Coastal/Estuarine 6.84% 5.2% 7.56% 6.6% 3.71% 9.26% CAGR 2016- 2021 Market share 2018 21.49% 27.14% 17.6% 4.71% 24.20% 7.86% Market share based on the area of application has been given. The data is just for representation, you can edit it according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  19. 19. Water Quality Monitoring Types 19 Surveillance Monitoring ➢ Identification of baseline conditions in the water-course system ➢ Detection of any signs of deterioration in water quality ➢ Identification of any water bodies in the water-course system that do not meet the desired water quality standards ➢ Identification of any contaminated areas Operational Monitoring ➢ Development of water quality guidelines and/or standards for specific water uses ➢ Development of regulations covering the quantity and quality of waste discharges ➢ Development of a water pollution control programme Investigative Monitoring ➢ Determination of the extent and effects of specific waste discharges ➢ Estimation of the pollution load carried by a water-course system or subsystem ➢ Evaluation of the effectiveness of a water quality management intervention Monitoring Type Objectives Objectives for each type of monitoring have been listed here. You can choose the one that matches your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  20. 20. Preliminary Surveys for Determining Water Quality 20 E.coli pH Ammonia Nitrate Phosphorus Dissolved O2 Chloride Nitrite Collection Site Site 01 156.5 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.202 7.8 6 <0.05 Site 02 248.1 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.027 7.8 <5 <0.05 Site 03 178.2 8 <0.05 <1 0.15 7.7 8 <0.05 Site 04 201.4 8 <0.05 <1 0.069 7.6 8 <0.05 Site 05 121.1 8 <0.05 <1 0.043 7.8 6 <0.05 Site 06 461.1 8 <0.05 <1 0.02 7.6 6 <0.05 Site 07 160.7 8 <0.05 <1 0.036 7.8 6 <0.05 Site 08 285.1 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.02 7.6 <5 <0.05 Site 09 1119.9 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.038 7.8 7 <0.05 Site 10 816.4 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.074 7.7 6 <0.05 Site 11 727 8.1 <0.05 <1 0 7.7 5 <0.05 Site 12 579.4 8.1 <0.05 <1 0.049 7.8 5 <0.05 This is a sample survey data. You can replace the data with your own findings. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  21. 21. Description of the Monitoring Area 21 Parameters Comments Environmental Conditions and Processes ➢ Your text here ➢ Your text here Meteorological and Hydrological Information ➢ Your text here ➢ Your text here Description of Water Bodies ➢ Your text here ➢ Your text here Summary of Actual and Potential uses of Water ➢ Your text here ➢ Your text here This slide includes environmental features that describe the suitable location for monitoring programme. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  22. 22. Types of Monitoring Sites and Programme Objectives 22 Type of Site Locations Objectives Baseline Site Location 01 To establish natural water quality conditions to provide a basis for comparison impact (as represented by trend & global flux station) To test for the influence of long-range transport of contaminants & the effects of climatic change Trend Site Location 02 To test for long-term changes in water quality to provide a basis for statistical identification of the possible causes of measured conditions or identified trends Global River Flux Site Location 03 To determine fluxes of critical pollutants from river basin to ocean or regional sea Some trend stations on rivers also serve as global flux stations Here we have included three types of monitoring sites. You can choose the one that matches your project requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  23. 23. Considerations while selecting Sampling Site 23 Considerations Comments Objective Your text here Proximity to Inhabited Area Your text here Ease of Monitoring Your text here Weather Conditions Your text here Government Regulations Your text here Add text here Your text here We have provided certain factors that need to be considered before selecting a sampling site. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  24. 24. Location Map of the Sampling Sites 24 Oregon South Dakota New York New Mexico Georgia In this slide you can use your own map and sampling sites according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  25. 25. Variables Used in Water Quality Monitoring Programme 25 Measured Variable Streams: Baseline & Trend Headwater Lakes: Baseline & Trend Groundwaters: Trend Only Global River Flux Stations Water discharge or level X X X X Total suspended solids X - - X Transparency - X - - Temperature X X X X pH X X X X Electrical conductivity X X X X Dissolved oxygen X X X X Calcium X X X X Magnesium X X X X Sodium X X X X Potassium X X X X Chloride X X X X Sulphate X X X X Alkalinity X X X X Nitrate X X X X Nitrate X X X X Ammonia X X X X Total phosphors(unfiltered) X X - X Phosphorus, dissolved X X - X Silica ,reactive X X - X Chlorophyll a X X - X Fluoride - - X - Faecal coliforms (trend stations only) X X X - Here we have provided various variables used in water quality monitoring. Cross indicates that the variable is not used in monitoring of a particular type of water body. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  26. 26. Frequency and Timing of Sampling 26 Baseline Stations Streams Minimum: 4 per year, including high – & low – water stages Optimum: 24 per year(every second week); weekly for total suspended solids Headwater Lakes Minimum: 1 per year at turnover; sampling at lake outlet Optimum: 1 per year at turnover, plus 1 vertical profile at end of stratification season Trend Stations Rivers Minimum: 12 per year for large drainage areas, approximately 100,000km2 Maximum: 24 per year for small drainage areas, approximately 10,000km2 Lakes/Reservoirs For issues other than eutrophication: Minimum: 1 per year at turnover Maximum: 2 per year at turnover, 1 at maximum thermal stratification For eutrophication: 12 per year, including twice monthly during summer Groundwaters Minimum: 1 per year for large, stable aquifers Maximum: 4 per yea for small, alluvial aquifers Karst: same as rivers Aquifers: your text here Sampling Frequency Water Body This slide shows the number of times samples need to be analysed for different types of water bodies. You can edit it according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  27. 27. 27 Waste Water Treatment & Reuse 27 ➢ Wastewater reuse constraints ➢ Waste water treatment process-simplified ➢ Waste water treatment process-detailed ➢ Waste water reuse regulatory framework ➢ Global wastewater reuse by sector ➢ Types of wastewater reuse ➢ Treated wastewater quality parameters ➢ Technical details of wastewater treatment ➢ Possible usage of treated wastewater ➢ Constituents to be rechecked in treated water ➢ Problems associated with wastewater reuse 27
  28. 28. Waste Water Treatment Process-Simplified 28 Wastewater Source ✓ Text Here ✓ Text Here Pump Station ✓ Text Here ✓ Text Here Conventional Treatment ✓ Clarification ✓ Biological Advanced Treatment ✓ Filtration ✓ Disinfection Water for Reuse ✓ Text Here ✓ Text Here This is a simplified process flow diagram for wastewater treatment. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  29. 29. Waste Water Treatment Process-Detailed 29 This is a detailed version of wastewater treatment process. You can edit it according to your requirement. Inform Preliminary Secondary Water Recycling & Disposal Primary Odour Control Biosolids Digesters Advanced Water Recycling Plant Raw Wastewater (Sewage) Screening Grit Tanks Primary Sedimentation Aeration Tanks Secondary Sedimentation Ocean Discharge This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  30. 30. Wastewater Reuse Framework 30 Point-of-Transfer Production Collection Treatment Disposal Reuse Domestic Composting Agriculture District Cooling Urban Irrigation Forestry Scope of recycled water & biosolids regulations Sewerage System Landfill Recycled Water Disposal System Discharge to Environment Biosolids Wastewater Treatment System The framework shows common procedures that need to be followed while treating wastewater and disposing it for reuse. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  31. 31. 19% 8% 7% 15% 13% 12% 10% 9% 7% Global Wastewater Reuse by Sector 31 Agricultural Irrigation Industrial Environmental Enhancements Indirect Potable Uses Others Landscapes Irrigation Non-potable Urban Uses Groundwater Recharge Recreational The pie chart shows major sectors where wastewater is reused after treatment. You can edit it according to your requirements. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  32. 32. Types of Wastewater Reuse 32 Urban Sporting facilities; gardens; roadsides; dust control; vehicle washing Agricultural Seed crops; greenhouse; commercially processed; hydroponic; fodder Industrial Wash down water; soil compaction; cooling water; dust control; marking concrete Recreational Recreational impoundments with/without public access; snowmaking; golf course irrigation; aesthetic impoundments without public access Environmental Stream augmentation; silviculture; aquifer recharge; wetlands; stream augmentation Potable Augmentation of surface drinking water supplies; aquifer recharge for drinking water use; treatment until drinking water quality. Categories of Use Uses Common uses of wastewater have been provided. You can choose the use category that matches your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  33. 33. Treated Wastewater Quality Parameters 33 Type of Reuse Treatment Reclaimed Water Quality Reclaimed Water Monitoring Urban Reuse Landscape irrigation, vehicle washing, toilet flushing, fire protection, commercial air conditioners,& other uses with similar access or exposure to the water Secondary Filtration Disinfection pH = 6 – 9 < 10 mg/L biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) < 2 turbidity units (NTU) 5 No detectable faecal coliform/100 mL4 1 mg/L chlorine (C12) residual (min.) pH – weekly BOD – weekly Turbidity – continuous Coliform – daily C12 residual – continuous Agricultural Reuse for Non-food Crops Pasture for milking animals; fodder, fiber & seed crops Secondary Disinfection pH= 6 – 9 <30 mg/L BOD <30 mg/L total suspended solids (TSS) <200 faecal coliform/100 mL5 1 mg/L C12 residual (min.) pH – weekly BOD – weekly TSS – daily coliform daily C12 residual continuous Indirect Potable Reuse Groundwater recharge by spreading into portable aquifers Site specific secondary & disinfection. May also need filtration &/or advanced waste water treatment Site specific meet drinking water standards after percolation through vadose zone pH – daily Turbidity – continuous Coliform – daily C12 residual – continuous Drinking water standards – quarterly Other – depends on constituent Certain standards need to be maintained in treated water quality. Here we have provided them according to the type of reuse. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  34. 34. Technical Details of Wastewater Treatment 34 Parameter Refinery Wastewater Treated Water Standard LTDS HTDS Normal Maximum Normal Maximum pH 6 – 9 12 6 – 9 12 6 – 8 TDS (mg/l) 200 – 500 2,000 1,000 – 2,000 10,000 – TSS (mg/l) 50 – 100 500 50 – 100 500 < 5 COD (mg/l) 330 – 750 750 550 – 750 1,100 < 50 BOD5 (mg/l) 140 – 300 300 200 – 300 440 < 15 NH3 – N (mg/l) 5 – 20 50 5 – 30 50 < 5 PO4 (mg/l) – – – – < 5 Oil & grease (mg/l) 300 – 10,000 10,000 300 – 20,000 10,000 < 5 Sulphide (mg/l) 5 – 10 30 5 – 30 30 < 0.5 Phenols (mg/l) 10 – 40 60 10 – 40 60 < 1 Cyanides as Cn (mg/l) 2 – 4 6 2 – 4 6 < 0.2 Bio – assay (%) – – – – 90 a This is a sample data. You can replace the data with your own findings. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  35. 35. Possible Usage of Treated Wastewater 35 Agricultural Irrigation Groundwater Recharge ➢ Crop irrigation ➢ Groundwater replenishment ➢ Commercial nurseries ➢ Saltwater intrusion control ➢ Subsidence Control Landscape Irrigation Recreational / Environmental ➢ Parks ➢ Lakes & Ponds ➢ Schools Yards ➢ Marsh enhancement ➢ Highway Medians ➢ Stream-flow augmentation ➢ Golf Courses ➢ Fisheries ➢ Cemeteries ➢ Text here ➢ Residential ➢ Text here Industrial Recycling & Reuse Non-Potable Urban Uses ➢ Cooling water ➢ Fire Protection ➢ Boiler feed ➢ Air Conditioning ➢ Process water ➢ Toilet flushing ➢ Heavy construction ➢ Text here Potable Reuse Your Text Here ➢ Blending in water supply reservoirs ➢ Text here ➢ Pipe-to-pipe water supply ➢ Text here Treated wastewater can be used for different purposes. Here we have provided few such categories. You can use whichever suits your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  36. 36. Constituents to be Rechecked in Treated Water 36 What we tested for Standard Measured Notes Dissolved oxygen Minimum of 6 parts per million (PPM) 8.1 The presence of oxygen in water is essential for fish & amphibians Fecal coliform bacteria Maximum of 200 colony forming units per 100 milliliters of water 2 Your text here Carbonaceous biological oxygen demand (CBOD) Maximum Summer:4 PPM Winter: 8 PPM < 2 (entire year) Your text here Phosphorus Maximum of 10,188 pounds per year 7,816 pounds Your text here Nitrogen Maximum of 409,448 pounds per year 157,196 pounds Your text here Ammonia Summer: max. 1 PPM winter: max. 2 ppm < 0.1 0.132 Your text here Suspended solids Maximum of 30 PPM <2.5 Your text here In this slide a comparison of standard and measured data is done to check the quality of water. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  37. 37. Problems Associated with Wastewater Reuse 37 Problems Area of Impact Impacts Heavy elements Public health Nervous system disorder Bioaccumulation Surface water pollution Environmental impact Acute and chronic toxicity for plants and animals life Nutrients (N&P) Public health Blue baby syndrome Infiltration into potable water supplies Environmental impact Eutrophication Surface water pollution Irrigation practices Dissolved Solids (salinity) Environmental impact Accumulation in soil Clogging dip irrigation system Emerging Pollutants Public health Acute and chronic health effects Ground Water Contamination Environmental impact Nitrate contamination on private drinking wells Antibiotics Public health Lower effectiveness of antibiotics if irrigation of fodder is involved Odor Public health Public health of neighboring communities. Aesthetic concern Concerns with Industrial Processes Environmental impact Scaling Corrosion Biological growth & fouling This slide shows the impact of wastewater reuse on public health as well as environment. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  38. 38. Wastewater Reuse Constraints 38 Reuse Category Major Constraints Irrigation Surface or groundwater contamination Landscape Irrigation Public health concerns related to pathogens Industrial Recycle & Reuse Desires treated water quality Groundwater Recharge TDS, Nitrates & pathogens emerging contaminants Non potable urban use (Toilet flushing, fire protection, AC) Public health concerns related to pathogens desired treated water quality Potable Reuse Produced water quality trace organics Here we have included major challenges faced in wastewater reuse for each category. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  39. 39. 39 39 Monitoring and Assessment ➢ Water quality monitoring trend ➢ Water management monitoring cycle ➢ Major water quality monitoring systems 39
  40. 40. Major Water Quality Monitoring Systems 40 Drinking Water Monitoring Coastal Water Monitoring Waste Water Monitoring Hydrometeorological Monitoring Water Quality Monitoring This slide shows how different monitoring systems are related to water quality monitoring system. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  41. 41. Water Management Monitoring Cycle 41 Information Needs Monitoring Strategy Network Design Sample Collection Laboratory Analysis Water Management Information Utilization Reporting Data Analysis Data Handling This slide shows a series of steps to be followed in water monitoring projects. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  42. 42. Water Quality Monitoring Trend 42 Streams and Rivers Large Rivers Lakes Groundwaters Water < 24 per year < 12 per year 1 per year at overturn or at each overturn 1 to 4 per year Particulate Matter 1 per year 1 per year 1 per year Not relevant Biological Monitoring 1 per year 1 per year biotic indices 8 – 12 per year 0.2 per year – This slide shows how many times quality monitoring needs to be done for different water resources. You can edit it according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  43. 43. 43 43 Budget ➢ Summary of cost factors ➢ Water treatment investment budget ➢ Activity based costing ➢ Project cost management 43
  44. 44. Project Cost Management 44 Cost Control Controlling Changes to the Project Budget Resource Planning Determine the resources (people, equipment, materials) needed for project completion Cost Estimating Develop an approximation of overall cost of resources needed to complete the project Cost Budgeting Allocation of the Overall Cost estimate to the project budget Project Cost Management 01 02 03 04 This slide shows a continuous process that takes place during the project to determine and control the resources needed to perform the tasks. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  45. 45. Water Treatment Investment Budget 45 Strategy Amount (million USD) Financing Source Water Resource Management 12,112 Government grants Restructuring of the production & service sectors 459 Bank loan Development strategy for new economic areas Infrastructure development 90,421 Venture capital Insurance system development 11,164 Seed funding Total 572.697 This slide shows the amount invested as well as the financing source for major water management strategies. You can edit it according to your requirements. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  46. 46. Activity Based Costing 46 Activities Resources Required Cost Allocation Units Rate Cost Pre – inspection data Clerical time to pull files 0.2 hours $ 11.00 $ 5.30 Review MIS resources 0.5 hours $ 5.10 $ 1.46 Review by inspector 0.5 hours $ 18.00 $ 10.40 Travel to and from site Vehicle, gas, repairs 13 hours $ 10.20 $ 4.08 Sampler travel time 0.4 hours $ 09.00 $ 5.70 Inspection of site Inspector time 1.5 hours $ 15.00 $ 26.00 Assistant time 0 hours $ 0.00 MIS costs 1 hours $ 26.50 $ 26.50 Sampling Chemicals & supplies $ 34.00 $ 34.00 Sampler time 0.4 hours $ 19.00 $ 21.80 Analyzing samples Lab technician time 1.2 hours $ 45.50 $ 45.50 Machine time 1.0 hours $ 55.20 $ 55.20 Chemicals & supplies $ 21.00 $ 14.30 Post – inspection write-up Inspector time 0.5 hours $ 45.00 $ 11.19 Manager review 0.25 hours $ 12.40 $ 15.61 Total cost inspect ACME $717.04 This slide includes cost allocation for various monitoring activities. You can edit the table as per your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  47. 47. Summary of Cost Factors 47 Labor Rates ( $/hours) Rate Inspector $15 Sampler $12 Manager $10 Clerical $26 Lab technician $20 Computer Time Laboratory information management system Total cost/year $45,00 Transactions processed/year 5,2100 Cost/transaction $8.42 General MIS Support Total cost/year $85,000 Number of staff – hours used 11,000 Average cost/MIS hour $6.23 Expert System for Inspectors Total annualized cost $10,000 Number of inspections/year 500 Cost/inspection $26.10 Telephone System Long – distance Direct billed to projects Local calls Total costs/year $1270 Total minutes of calling 17,000 Avg. Cost/minute $11.04 This slide includes labour and equipment costs. You can edit it according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  48. 48. 48 KPI Metrics & Dashboards 48 ➢ KPI dashboards ➢ KPI metrics 48
  49. 49. Water Management KPI Dashboard Showing Impurity Levels 49 Region Nb Samples First Date Last Date pH Temp(oc) Calcium Magne Sium Sodium Bicarbo Nate Chloride Sulfate Region 1 716.00 19,915.00 1,130,648.00 200 #NUM! 170.04 58.64 207.31 198.23 356.25 340.7390542 Region 2 2.00 35,702.00 35,994.00 192.40 74.00 206.00 133.00 560.14 795.4 Region 3 68.00 38,520.00 38,553.00 169.92 65.21 241.67 148.12 510.26 312.23761 Region 4 511.00 18,915.00 2,130,648.00 400 40.03 36.26 322.05 536.15 442.15 147.44444 Region 5 35.00 38,538.00 38,544.00 362.98 91.43 233.20 104.20 762.84 156.43251 Region 6 45.00 38,544.00 38,549.00 113.75 31.28 251.00 320.60 145.61 250.26522 Region 7 38.00 38,508.00 38,539.00 157.75 52.26 56.21 253.21 513.10 103.53126 Region 8 16.00 38,537.00 41,537.00 143.36 26.55 55.42 493.04 420.12 200.66514 Region 9 1.00 38,935.00 38,935.00 121.30 12.10 62.00 311.10 142.55 144.21003 Regions 170.04 Calcium (mg/L Ca) 58.64 Magnesium (mg/L Mg) 207.31 Sodium 198.23 Bicarbonate 356.25 Chloride (mg/L Cl) 340.73 Sulfate (mg/L SO4) 243.51 TDS (mg/L) 200 pH #NUM! Temp(oC) This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  50. 50. 50 0 400 800 1200 1600 2000 2017 2018 2019 2020 Numbers Year Unregulated contaminants detected Contaminants exceeding health guidelines 1070 765 262 122 99.62% 99.57% 99.85% 99.73% 99.4 99.5 99.6 99.7 99.8 99.9 2017 2018 2019 2020 0 500 1000 1500 2000 Total samples (nos.) Sample exceeding maximum contaminant levels(NOS) % Compliance as per EPA 0 400 800 1200 2017 2018 2019 2020 Numbers Year Sprawl Aricultural Industrial Nature Water Treatment Microbial Contaminants Causing EPA Non-Compliance Water Quality Index ● Good (50 – 100) ● Fair (26 – 80) ● Poor (04 – 21) Water Quality Water Quality Test Results Samples Exceeding Health Guidelines samples with unregulated contaminates detected Water Management KPI Dashboard Showing Water Quality Test Results This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  51. 51. Water Management KPI Metrics Showing Water Quality and Pressure 51 0 20 40 60 80 100 2018 2019 2020 Fresh Water Quality 0 20 40 60 80 100 2018 2019 2020 Salt Water Supply Pressure 0 20 40 60 80 100 2018 2019 2020 Fresh Water Supply Pressure Financial Years This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  52. 52. Water Management KPI Metrics Showing Domestic Water Consumption 52 Percentage of population having access to piped drinking water % Water delivery to customers meeting WHO guidelines for water quality Per capita domestic water consumption 98 100 400
  53. 53. Additional Slides 53
  54. 54. Investment Heatmap for Water Technology Companies 54 High Growth/Emerging Growth Companies In-line; Mature Companies Flat or at risk segments Legend on Investment Types Design Engineer Build Own Operate Engineering Storage Tanks Absorbents Harvesting Transport Valves Pumps Screens Pipes Transport & Storage Drinking Water RO/Barrier Chemicals Desalination Waste Water UV & Ozone Membranes Bio-mimicry Primary Recovery Applied Water Industrial Oil & Gas Bld./HVAC Irrigation Treatment Field Sampling Online Laboratory Automation/Control Asset Inspection Remote Monitoring SaaS Test, Monitoring & Control The various sectors of the water industry have been listed here. You can edit it according to your business needs. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  55. 55. Organizational Chart for Water Supply Authority 55 Board of Directors Planning & Project Department Deputy Director General In Charge of Planning & Investment Department Production & Supply Department Deputy Director General In Charge of Production & Distribution Department Commercial Department Deputy Director General In Charge of Commerce Department Accounting & Finance Department Deputy Director General In Charge of Finance & Securities Exchange Department Administration & Human Department Deputy Director General In Charge of Administration & Human Resource Department Water & Sanitation Service Subsidiary Deputy Director General In Charge of Water & Sanitation Service Subsidiary Secretariat Deputy Director General In Charge of corporate secretary Internal Audit Procurement Unit Computer Centre Board of Director Committees Director General Planning & Financing Office Technical & Project Office Drawing & GIS Office Production Office Water Loss Reduction Office Mechanical & Electronic Office Maintenance Network Office House Connection Office Customer Relations Office District Office Branch Office Securities Exchange & Investor Relation Office Accounting Office Finance Office Administration Office Human Resource Office Technical & Project Management Office Civil Works Office Transmission Main Office Distribution Network Office This slide shows team member description for water supply authority. You can edit it according to your requirement.
  56. 56. Characteristics of Surface Waters 56 Low Mineralization 02 Microorganisms Present 05 Tastes and Odours 08 High Turbidity 03 Dissolved Oxygen 06 Possible Chemical Toxicity 09 Colour 04 Low Hardness 07 01 Varying Composition Water streamflow and water quality characteristics are described here.
  57. 57. Characteristics of Ground Waters 57 High Hardness 07 H2S, Fe, Mn Present 08 Low / no Colour 04 Constant Composition 01 Bacteriologically Safe 05 High Mineralization 02 No Dissolved Oxygen 06 Little Turbidity 03 Water streamflow and water quality characteristics are described here.
  58. 58. Common Water Uses 58 Domestic use Yes Yes Livestock watering Yes Yes Irrigation Yes Yes Aquaculture Yes Yes Commercial Fisheries Yes Yes Forestry & logging No Yes Food processing Yes Yes Textile industry Yes Yes Pulp & paper industry Yes Yes Mining Yes Yes Water transportation No Yes Hydroelectric power generation No No Nuclear power generation Yes Yes Recreation No Yes Consuming Contaminating This slide shows common water uses. You can edit this slide according to your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  59. 59. Relationship Between Water and Human Health 59 Composes 75% of your brain Moistens oxygen for breathing & helps carry nutrients & oxygen to your cells Remove waste & protects & cushions your vital organs Composes 22% of your bones Makes up 83% of your blood & carries nutrients & oxygen to your cells Helps convert food to energy & regulates body temperature Cushions your joints Makes up 75% of your muscles This slide shows the effect of water intake on various parts and processes of the human body. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  60. 60. Need for Information for Management 60 How the quality and quantity of water in a water body relate to the requirements of users How the quality and quantity of water in a water body relate to established water quality standards How the quality of water in a water body is affected by natural processes in the catchment The capacity of the water body to assimilate an increase in waste discharges without causing unacceptable levels of pollution Whether or not existing waste discharges conform to existing standards and regulations Control measures that should be implemented to improve or prevent further deterioration of water quality The chemical or biological variables in the water that render it unsuitable for beneficial uses The hazards to human health that result, or may result, from poor water quality in the water body How developments in the catchment area have affected or will affect water quality The effects that deteriorating water quality have on plant and animal life in, or near, the water body The information acquired through monitoring gives an indication of the type of monitoring programme to be implemented by the managers.
  61. 61. 61 61 Determine water quality and quantity Impacts on water quality Control and regulation of water quality Past trends and present status of water quality Insights into future trends Influence of water quality on environment 01 02 03 04 05 06 Purpose of Water Quality Monitoring Water monitoring is done keeping in mind certain goals. Some have been provided here. You can edit these based on your requirement. 61
  62. 62. Characteristics of Media used in Water Quality Monitoring Programme 62 Characteristics Water Particular matter Living Organisms Suspended Deposited Tissue analyses Biotests Ecological surveys Physiol determine Type of Analysis or Observation Physical – Chemical – Biological Applicability to Water Bodies Rivers, lakes groundwaters Mostly rivers Lakes rivers Rivers, lakes Rivers, lakes Rivers, lakes Rivers, lakes Intercomparability Global Depends on species occurrence Global Local to regional Specificity to given Pollutant Specific Integrative Quantification Complete quantification of concs & loads Concentrations only Quantitative Semi- quantitative Relative Sensitivity to Low levels of Pollution Low < High > Variable Medium Variable Sample Contamination Risk Hugh Medium Low Medium Low Temporal Span of Information Obtained Instant Short Long to very (continuous record) Medium (1 month) to long (> 1 year) Instant to continuous Medium to long Levels of Field Operators Untrained to highly trained Trained Untrained to trained Trained Medium To highly trained Permissible Sample Storage Duration Low High High High Very low High Na Minimum Duration of Determination Instant. (In situ determine.) To days Days Days to weeks Days Days to months Weeks to months Days to weeks In this slide we have summarized types of water quality operations in relation to their main objectives. You can choose whichever matches your requirement.
  63. 63. Objectives of Water Quality Assessment Operations 63 Type of Operation Objective Common Operations 01. Multipurpose Monitoring Space & time distribution of water quality in general 02. Trend Monitoring Long-time evolution of pollution (Concentration & loads ) 03. Basic Survey Identification & location of major survey problem & their spatial distribution 04. Operational Surveillance Water quality for specific uses & related water quality descriptors (variables) Specific Operations 05. Background Monitoring Background levels for studying natural processes; used as reference point for pollution & impact assessments 06. Preliminary Surveys Inventory & pollutions & their space & time variability prior to monitoring programmer design 07 Emergency Surveys Rapid inventory & analysis of pollutions, rapid situation assessment following a catastrophic event 08. Impact Surveys Sampling limited in time & space, generally focusing on few variables, near pollution sources 09. Modelling Surveys Intensive water quality assessment limited in time & space & choice of variables, for example , eutrophication models or oxygen balance models 10. Early Warning Surveillance At critical water use locations such as major drinking water intakes or fisheries; continuous & sensitive measurements In this slide we have summarized types of water quality operations in relation to their main objectives. You can choose whichever matches your requirement. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  64. 64. 64 Type of Operation Station Density and Location Sampling or Observation Frequencies Number of Variables Considered Duration Interpretation Lag Multi- Purpose Monitoring Medium Medium (12 per year) Medium Medium (> 5 years) Medium (1 year) Other Common Water Quality Operations Trend Monitoring Low: major uses & international stations Very high Low for single objective; high for multiple objective >10 years > 1 year Basic Survey High Depending on media considered Medium to high Once per year to once every 4 years 1 year Operational Surveillance Low: at specific uses Medium Specific Variable Short (month/week) Specific Water Quality Operations Background Monitoring Low Low Low to high Variable Medium Preliminary Surveys High Usually low Low to medium (depending on objectives) Short < 1 year Short (months) Emergency Surveys Medium to high High Pollutant inventory Very short (days- weeks) Very short (days) Impact Surveys Limited downstream pollution sources Medium Specific Variable Short to medium Modelling Surveys Specific (e.g. Profiles) Specific (e.g. Diel cycles) Specific (e.g. O2,bod) Short to, medium two periods: calibration & validation Short Early Warning Surveillance Very limited Continuous Very limited Unlimited Instantaneous This slide shows operation characteristics in relation to type of monitoring. Characteristics of Water Quality Assessment Operations This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  65. 65. Analytical Cost for Water Quality Parameters 65 Parameter Technique Investment Labour Time Operational Costs Dissolved Electrode < 5,000 ECU Low Low Oxygen Electrode < 5,000 ECU Low Low Conductivity Electrode < 5,000 ECU Low Low Acidity Electrode < 5,000 ECU Low Low Cl Electrode < 5,000 ECU Low Low Major ions Ionchrom 40,000 ECU Intermediate Intermediate BOD Manual <10,000 ECU Intermediate Low COD And/or 50,000 ECU Low Low TOC Automated 50,000 ECU Intermediate Total N Colorimetric 30,000 ECU Low Intermediate Ammonium Or Kj – N Titrimetric 30,000 ECU Low Intermediate Nitrate Or Total P Ionchrom 40,000 ECU Intermediate Intermediate Ortho – P Methods Chlorophyll a < 10,000 ECU Intermediate Low Faecal coliform < 5,000 ECU Intermediate Low Faecal streptoccus < 5,000 ECU Intermediate Low Salmonella < 5,000 ECU Intermediate Low Viruses < 5,000 ECU High Low This slide provides an overview on water market size, Growth rate & capital expenditure. You can edit the data according to your requirements. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  66. 66. 66 Natural Resource Management Of Water Icons Slide This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  67. 67. Column Chart 67 0.5 0.8 1 1.6 1.9 2 2.4 2.8 3.4 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Expenditure In ($ Billions) Year Product 1 This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”. Product 2 This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  68. 68. Area Chart 68 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 2017 2018 2019 2020 Product 1 Product 2 Years Sales In Million Product 1 This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”. Product 2 This graph/chart is linked to excel, and changes automatically based on data. Just left click on it and select “Edit Data”.
  69. 69. Idea Generation 69 Idea This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. 01 02 Idea This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. 03 Idea This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  70. 70. Target 70 Text Here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Text Here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. Text Here This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  71. 71. Timeline 71 Text Here 2017 Text Here 2018 Text Here 2019 Text Here 2020 This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention. This slide is 100% editable. Adapt it to your needs and capture your audience's attention.
  72. 72. Thank You Address # street number, city, state Contact Number 0123456789 Email Address email address123@gmail.com 72

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