CONSERVATION
OF WATER
40% do not have sufficient water for adequate
living and hygiene.
More than 2.2million people die each year from
disease...
With per capita availability of water
depleting at a faster pace , the government
has approved a proposal to declare 2013 ...
Rain Water Harvesting
Some benefits of rain water
harvesting are :
Increases water availability.
Is environmental friend...
Water Conservation
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Dishwasher –
1.4%
Bath – 1.7%

Leaks –
13.7%

Other –
2.3%

Toilet –
26.8%

Faucet –
15.7%

Shower –
16.7%

Clothes Washer...
Conservation of water ( Eco Club'13)
Conservation of water ( Eco Club'13)
Conservation of water ( Eco Club'13)
Conservation of water ( Eco Club'13)
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Conservation of water ( Eco Club'13)

  1. 1. CONSERVATION OF WATER
  2. 2. 40% do not have sufficient water for adequate living and hygiene. More than 2.2million people die each year from diseases related to contaminated drinking water. India with 16% of world’s population has only 4% of the fresh water resources. Two out of every three people on earth will have to live in water stressed condition by the year 2025.
  3. 3. With per capita availability of water depleting at a faster pace , the government has approved a proposal to declare 2013 as Water Conservation Year.
  4. 4. Rain Water Harvesting Some benefits of rain water harvesting are : Increases water availability. Is environmental friendly. Checks the declining water table. Prevents soil erosion and flooding especially in urban areas.
  5. 5. Water Conservation • • • •
  6. 6. Dishwasher – 1.4% Bath – 1.7% Leaks – 13.7% Other – 2.3% Toilet – 26.8% Faucet – 15.7% Shower – 16.7% Clothes Washer – 21.7% Source: Awwa Research Foundation (1999)

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