King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) contributes to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6, which aims to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all. KMUTT’s involvement in this area is primarily through its research and innovation initiatives, which often focus on water resource management, wastewater treatment, and sustainable sanitation solutions.

The university’s research teams work on developing technologies and methods to improve water efficiency, reduce pollution, and ensure safe water supplies. This includes projects in areas such as water recycling, desalination, and the development of low-cost water purification systems, particularly beneficial for communities with limited access to clean water.

Additionally, KMUTT incorporates sustainability principles into its campus operations, promoting water conservation and efficient use of resources. This not only reduces the university’s environmental footprint but also serves as a practical model for sustainable water management practices.

KMUTT also engages in community outreach and educational programs aimed at raising awareness about water conservation and sanitation issues. By collaborating with local communities, government agencies, and other stakeholders, KMUTT plays a vital role in addressing water and sanitation challenges, contributing to the achievement of SDG 6 at both local and regional levels.

6.2 WATER CONSUMPTION PER PERSON

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6.3 WATER USAGE AND CARE

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6.4 WATER REUSE

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6.5 WATER IN THE COMMUNITY

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2. Related information on our university as a body on active promoting conscious water usage on campus, and in the wider community.

3. Related information on our university as a body supporting water conservation off campus.

4. Related information on our university as a body utilizing sustainable water extraction technologies on associated university grounds off campus.

5. Related information on our university as a body on cooperation with local, regional, national or global governments on water security.