Save Water Save Life

Haleema Sadia

SAVE WATER SAVE LIFE

Everyone knows that water is essential for living on Earth. This is the most essential requirement for everyone (human, animal, plant, and other animals). Water is the only source of water without water. We cannot imagine life on the planet. Life on other planets is not possible because of the absence of water. It is considered most important among the famous celestial bodies. Nearly three-quarters of the Earth’s surface is covered by water and forms about 60-70% of the world’s population. It seems like water is an endless source of renewal on earth because it is rebuilt and distributed throughout the country through evaporation and rains. This raises the question of whether the water source is a source of renewable sources, why we should take care of the water and try to conserve it.

Actually, only 1% of water is available to us. And bodies of other water are not available, like 97% seawater, 2% water on ice banks and polar ice. Only 1% of the water here, for us, with a large population of people around the world, depends on survival. More deaths are possible in the absence of water than in the lack of food. Again we have in mind that we are too slow to achieve the need for conservation and conservation of water. Since the life of every animal on the planet depends on water, then the scenario will worsen if the drinking water becomes polluted or begins to decrease. Water that looks fresh and can drink from outside can be mixed with hazardous and toxic elements through sources such as sewage industry, causing disease and death if consumed by animals, Plants or people.

According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, if water spray is done for everyone, it will reduce water consumption by 20 to 40 per cent. Measuring water is also important in raising awareness among the public that the measure will definitely determine and make a breakthrough. This is an effect that the Ministry of Water can easily monitor the use of every family in society. There should be a small amount of water that people use to consume a lot of household water, such as toilets, baths, showers, showers, washing machines, etc.

In order to consume fresh water, it is necessary to reduce water losses, to avoid damage to water quality and to improve water management practices. There are several programs for state-owned water resources management to address social issues related to water at the local level (municipal or municipal water systems). Some common strategies are public sources, reducing water use etc.

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