The school drilled well into the School Water Tank
|2||Drilled well to Kalu Water Tank||150m|
|3||Water Tank Kalu to resident’s house 1||341 m|
|4||Water Tank Kalu to the resident’s house 2||66m|
|5||The school Water Tank goes to the Village Terminal Water Tank||95m|
|6||Village Terminal Water Tank to Kapolih, Paddi, Womaru, and Kokur Water Tank||2122m|
|7||Village Terminal Water Tank to Kabaru Water Tank||411m|
|8||Village Terminal Water Tank to Lai Tujuk Water Tank||427 m|
|9||Praikalembung Water Tank towards Kilimbatu Water Tank||318m|
|10||Praikalembung Water Tank towards Gai Water Tank||194 m|
|11||Lumbu Nangga Water Tank to Praikalembung Water Tank||135m|
|12||Payianu drilled well to Lumbu Nangga Water Tank||94 m|
|13||Payianu drilled well to Payianu Water Tank||46m|
|14||Payianu drilled well to Palindi Water Tank||256m|
In the Mbinudita Waterconnections project, pipes were purchased with a total length of 6,000 meters. This pipeline was purchased by the Fair Future Foundation, Vivo, Puriva, and donations from residents.
These pipes are laid from the water source of the drilled well through the underground planting route to the residents’ Water Tank . Residents work together to dig and plant pipes throughout the village.
The pipes used are of the HDPE type with varying diameters, ranging from 0.5 to 2 inches according to needs.