Rudy Larsen, Executive Director of Development for Smart Rain teaches us the importance of water conservation and the impact it will have on us as a society. Along with Rudy, BenefitsOfRecycling.com recently gave some interesting statistics of our fresh water supply and how important it is to conserve our water.
“With only 1% of water available for human consumption, doesn’t it make sense that we should treat our water supply with more respect?
Water conservation should not be considered an option any longer. Current circumstances require our full attention if we hope to thrive as a civilization.
If these statements sound dramatic, it is because much of the world is currently suffering due to a lack of clean water.
Statistics around the world reveal that our fresh water supply is practically nonexistent.
That is why it is so important to seek out, find and start using all the innovative water conservation solutions and methods that are available today.
Whether you live in Australia or China or the US, it is time to wake up and take responsiblity. It is easy to practice water conservation in the home, but there is more to be done. Our world needs help on a commercial level as well so that our waste can be controlled in such areas as agriculture and irrigation.
The United Nations has predicted that by the next two decades there will be 17% more demand of water compared to resources available.”
Full article from BenefitsOfRecycling.com can be found at https://www.benefits-of-recycling.com/importanceofconservationofwater