Talents of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Information Technology
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Agriculture
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Water Management
- Monkey's cheek (Kaem-ling) : Royal Flood Management Initiatives
“We have been heading in the right direction. Please help hurry to improve the project in the future because the Kaem Ling Project will help many many areas.”
- Oxidation by Mechanical Aeration to Increase Pollutant-Destroying Bacteria The Chaipattana Aerator
The machine is capable of treating water pollution with BOD of 250 milligrammes per litre at a rate of 600 cubic metres per day,
and is effective in reducing BOD by more than 90 percent. It is extremely cost-effective, at only 96 satang per cubic metre,
or in terms of pollutants removed, 3.84 bath per kilogrammes of BOD.
- Royal Rain Development of an Atmospheric Water Source
The clouds, however, were unable to aggregate sufficiently to cause rainfall, resulting in long dry spells even though his trip was during the southwestern monsoon, when rainfall should have plentiful.
- Waste Water Management Combining Lagoon Treatment and Grass Filtration
“ Another important problem concerns the environment. The matter of pollution and garbage has been studied. Solutions are not difficult. There is technology to do the job. It can be done in Thailand. ...."
- Polluted Water Treatment by Dilution and Gravity Flow “Good Water Chases Bad”
Using clean water to mitigate water pollution or His Majesty’s royally-initiated theory of “Good water flushes out bad water” consists of using fresh water to flush out and to dilute polluted water.
- Makkasan Waste Water Treatment Through Filtration by Water Hyacinth (Bangkok)
“Bueng Makkasan” is a small lake in the heart of Bangkok. Dug by the then Royal Siamese Railway in 1931, it has been used for many years to receive flood water and waste water
- Waste Water Treatment Using Constructed Wetlands and Air Transfer ( Nong Sanom-Nong Han, Sakon Nakhon Province)
The project includes digging a pond to trap suspended matters and planting Egyptian papyrus (Cyperus papyrus) to reduce foul odours as well as water hyacinth to absorb heavy metals and other pollutants. Then Chaipattana aerators
and panels of aerator pipes are used to increase the amount of oxygen in the water as appropriate.
- Rama IX Lake: Combined Biological and Mechanical Treatment of Waste Water ( Bangkok)
Treatment of the pollution in Rama IX lake is a project initiated by His Majesty based on the principle that “in dealing with severe water pollution, using just a single, natural method is not sufficient; aerators are required, as in the ‘aerated lagoon’ system”.
- A Physical-Chemical Treatment Process of Precipitation: Poly Aluminum Chloride (PAC)
The Office of the Royal Development Projects Board, together with the Chaipattana Foundation and the Royal Irrigation Department, carried out one Royal Initiative by inventing a chemical waste water treatment machine as a prototype for improving the environment.
- Self-Reliance Theory of Development
One of His Majesty’s most important Royal Initiatives concerning rural development is to enable the farmers to become self-sufficient. Activities carried out in many locales and provinces share the goal of building self-sufficiency.
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Musical
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Art