4.1 iWASAM system was setting in KU Campus

Kasetsart University has developed the iWASAM (Intelligent Water Allocation Scheduling and Monitoring System) system and implemented it in the campus and surrounding communities. iWASAM is a smart water allocation and monitoring system developed to be used as a tool for water management in accordance with the law, campuses, and other community areas with large bodies of water. The iWASAM system is powered by hardware, software and users who are responsible for importing crop-related data to estimate the water needs of irrigation systems and to measure water quality and provide accurate and accurate values. It can be used to analyze the efficiency and achievement of water management well.

Social Engagement -The development of the iWASAM system of the KU team has collaborated with the Irrigation Department working in different areas in each community to estimate the water needs of the irrigation system as well as the PH value, Oxygen content in water, conductivity, dissolved solids, dissolved salt content, temperature by recording daily data and reports to ensure prevention and correction of water pollution to system users for further action.

4.2 A ditches and canals was built to support and store rainwater to be used in the treatment system and used in buildings and areas.

  Within the Kasetsart University area, there are water bodies, ditches, canals built to support and store rainwater to be used in the treatment system and used in buildings and areas. Those water bodies will always have a landscaping agency to take care of improving the area to be beautiful and pollution-free. One of the activities carried out to improve water resources is the use of water weeds or effective water treatment plants. Weeds are common in ditches within the university, such as hyacinths, grails, and weeds, vegetables, glasses, Amazon grass, etc. are planted around water bodies because of their wastewater treatment properties. Microorganisms are used to decompose fat or organic matter in water bodies. The surrounding physical environment is regularly managed, such as decorating the surrounding branches to allow light to shine into the water. Debris is collected in the canal ditches, as well as wastewater handling with chemical contaminants from scientific laboratories and effluent quality analysis. It is transported to KU's central wastewater treatment ponds both before entering the system and after leaving the system for transportation to be used to continuously control the water quality to meet the standards.

4.3 Pumping water from the treatment ponds to water the lawn plants and various activities.

Kasetsart University has implemented a policy of reusing treated water for cost-effectiveness. Pumping water from the treatment pond to water the lawn plants and various activities instead of using tap water.

4.4 Sprinkler pumps to provide automatic water for watering plants.

Kasetsart University Kamphaeng Saen Campus has installed sprinkler pumps to provide automatic water, has a watering scheduling system, then turns on and off the water. This makes it possible to save water when it is not necessary.

4.5 The sensor system

Kasetsart University brings innovation and energy-saving technology to develop, has a water management policy to campaign for students and personnel to use water in a cost-effective and best-value way for sustainability to facilitate the disabled and elderly. The sensor system can detect movement turn on - turn off the lamp and the fan automatically. The washbasin sensor system automatically flows, and the water stops flowing immediately when the hand is pulled out. The toilet sensor system will have running water when someone stands, if there is no one standing, the water will stop flowing immediately. It makes it possible to reduce water consumption by more than 75%.  

4.6 Collection of water samples for water quality analysis to prevent toxic effects .

At Kasetsart University, there is an agency in charge of the quality of water from water sources inside the Kasetsart University area and check the quality of water to meet the standards before releasing it for use in various systems, which affects the water ecosystems in a wide area.