Name of school Total score Rank Color code
Palzor Namgyal Girls Senior Secondary School ( C ) n.a.
Final Scores
Water chapter
Air chapter
Land chapter
Energy chapter
Waste chapter
 
Task Max points Points scored
     
Water consumption 15
Sanitation facilities 15
Conservation practices 10
Rainwater harvesting 25
Waste water reuse/recycle 30
School initiatives 10
Total score 100
 
Water conservation practices
The school scores 1 point only if it follows a practice in totality.
Install float valves in all tanks to stop overflow
Plug leakages in water pipelines and taps in the school
Install drop taps at all outlets
Set up drip or sprinkler irrigation systems in school
Put dual flushes for all water closets or alternative flush system
Keep hand wash/soap near ablution taps
Ensure toilets are cleaned 4-6 times a day
Install flush system on urinal
Fix exhaust fan or adequate ventilation in toilets
Use of bio-disinfectant and deodorant
Waste water reuse/recycling
Most schools use waste water for gardening; some use it in toilets and for cleaning.  
Waste water reuse potential in litres of water per day:
Actual waste water reuse in litres of water per day:
 
     
 
Details provided by the school
Water consumption  
Standard consumption Per capita/Per day Day Scholar Day Boarding Residential  
  13 - 17 litres 17 - 23 litres 125 - 135 litres  
Water consumption (per capita)  
         
Sanitation practices
Load means number of people using one unit of the facility.
Total strength:      
  Ideal load      
  Day Scholar Day Boarding Residential  
Number of water closets: 45 35 25
Number of urinals: 50 40 30
Number of drinking water taps: 50 50 50
Number of ablution taps: 50 50 50
Rainwater harvesting
Harvesting potential = Area x Average annual rainfall x Run-off coefficient
Run-off coefficients: Rooftop 0.85; Paved 0.70; Unpaved 0.35
 
  Rooftop Paved Unpaved  
Land area in square meters:  
Average annual rainfall in millimetre:
Points scored  
Maximum points 15 7.5 2.5