Drinking water for a university, Thailand


As a result of rapid economic growth and persistent droughts, Thailand is experiencing a growing demand for clean drinking water. Effective water management is essential, both in these periods of drought and to combat flooding. NPI has contributed to this by installing steel water silos.

For example, we supplied two water tanks to the Rajanagarindra Rajabhat University in Chachoengsao in 2017. In Thailand, many universities provide fresh drinking water, supplied by the Thai government in the form of regular fresh drinking water deliveries. The water arrives by truck and is subsequently stored in the NPI water tanks, which are connected to the university’s drinking water facilities. The steel roofs of these tanks ensure the water remains clean.