[Blueboard] 3rd QUARTER STATUS REPORT - Monday, 21 November 2005

uppa uppa at admu.edu.ph
Wed Nov 23 15:18:52 PHT 2005


 

 

3rd QUARTER STATUS REPORT

(Monday, 21 November 2005)

 

POWER:  Despite additional facilities and more activities this year, use of electricity has gone down.  This may be attributed to energy conservation measures adopted by the different units.  Thus, while cost of electricity continues to increase, cost reduction has been achieved in the three campuses as shown in the graphs below:  



 

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 2005-2006 KWH consumption of the Balara, Barangka and Katipunan grids of the Loyola Heights campus compared to 2004-2005. 

 

 

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                                                                         Amount paid to Meralco in 2005-2006 (in red) compared to 2004-2005 (blue). 

   

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APS-Rockwell 2005-2006 KWH consumption compared to 2004-2005. 



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APS-Rockwell 2005-2006 monthly power bill compared to 2004-2005. 

   

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APS-Salcedo 2005-2006 KWH consumption compared to 2004-2005.

 

 

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APS-Rockwell 2005-2006 monthly power bill compared to 2004-2005.

 

Much has been done to contain the increasing cost of power.  But with the diligence and cooperation of the community more could be accomplished.  The graph below shows the number of lights, electric/exhaust fans, air conditioning units (excluding the ac units used by the PABX, MIS and CNG servers for the Internet), and computers inadvertently left on all night.

  

 

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WATER:  Quarterly water potability tests indicated recurring problems with the following: Institute of Social Order cistern and the J. Pollock Renewal Center overhead tank.   Water samples from these sources frequently fail the tests.  In the case of the ISO cistern, minute cracks were detected and water seepage was suspected to contaminate the cistern.  This has been addressed.  The ISO cistern is under observation.  In the meantime, ISO gets its water supply directly from the new Manila Water Company distribution line.  

 

The overhead tank of the J. Pollock Renewal Center is being examined.  Water supply in the meantime, is sourced directly from the Main cistern that supplies water to Eliazo and Cervini Residence Halls. 

 

SECURITY:  Traditionally, the incidence of theft, robberies, and snatching of bags/valuables increases towards Christmas.   The graph below illustrates this observation.  

   

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The red line indicates cases where lost items have been recovered and returned to the owner.  Most cellular phones left in tricycles, toilets or lost off-campus are among the items not recovered and returned to the owner.

 

Carelessness remains a major problem as shown by the record of unlocked cars in the Loyola Heights campus:   



   

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The decrease in the number of parked cars found unlocked can be attributed to the long semestral break in October.

 

TRAFFIC:  The number of vehicles passing Katipunan tends to increase towards Christmas.  Traffic is will be heavier and the incidence of accidents may rise.  The graph below shows the number of accidents on campus since June up to October this year.

 

 

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The category "vehicle vs object" refers to vehicles hitting parking guides or barriers.   "Hit & Run" cases involve parked vehicles damaged by another vehicle in the carpark with the owner of the damaged car not informed of the incident.
 

The graph below shows the number of accidents along Katipunan from June to October.  Accidents occurred mostly at the U-turn slots and was most frequent in August.   "Vehicle vs object" accidents refer to early morning accidents of intoxicated motorists who hit the U-turn barriers.  

 

  

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CLEAN AIR MONTH:  In support of the celebration of Clean Air Month,  posters of the Environmental Management Bureau of the DENR are being distributed.  The community is asked to support:

 

"Mag-Bantay Tambutso Tayo!"  

  1.. Don't idle your car engine unnecessarily.
  2.. Maintain your vehicle regularly.
  3.. Observe proper driving habits.
 

"Let's go Smoke-Free"

  1.. Do not burn Garbage.
  2.. Burning releases TOXIC fumes, which when accumulated, can cause respiratory, heart ailments, and even Cancer.
  3.. Your cigarette smoke can harm you and the person next to you.  Don't smoke in public places.
 

"Support the Linis Hangin Program!"

  1.. Ensure that the Smoke your stack emits COMPLY with the guideline values of the CLEAN AIR ACT.
  2.. Walk, Bike, or Ride the MRT.  It is good for your health, and the air, too.
 

HIGH SCHOOL TRACK & FIELD OVAL is strictly off-limits to motor vehicles. 



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 3rd Quarter Status Report 21 November 2005 is also posted at http://www.admu.edu.ph/upp/advisory.htm  

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