Ajman University is conserving – and repurposing – water to keep our campus clean as well as green.
A sewage treatment plant has been set up on campus to treat and recycle sewage waste and used water from the toilets and bathrooms. Treated water is used to maintain and irrigate the campus 40,000-square-meter outdoor green areas. AU’s sewage treatment plant complies with the Pollution Control Board and has a daily production capacity of 25,000 gallons.
The Reverse Osmosis Plant at Ajman University is supplied by salted water from an aquifer on which the university is located. The plant is used to supply purified non-drinking water to campus buildings. The plant has a daily production capacity up to 35,000 gallons. There is a single treatment line with a total of 30 membranes.
All washrooms inside the new student community center have been built with sinks that only dispense water when activated by hand sensors.