er f life
at o
W ce

ur
o
The water is
compound
formed by
2 hydrogen
atoms and 1
oxygen.
Water has no taste,
no smell and is transparent. There
are three physical forms:
solid (ice), liquid and gaseous (vapor).
...
Water is involved in important processes in the body, such as breathing and

the conversion of food into energy, and there...
What exactly is?

Water is one of the largest and necessary resources on Earth.
t is vital , both for humans and for all o...
The amount of water in Bulgaria is
not much. Considering the water
resources per capita, our country
ranks among the last ...
Water
are divided into
two main groups surface and
groundwater.
• Surface water includes all rivers, lakes
and reservoirs throughout the country.
They are important for the water
balance...
• Groundwater in Bulgaria are important
for shaping the nature and are a great
human need. Groundwater is found both
in th...
There are known three
systems of water
consumption:

• linear - single use water for now it is
a major (90%)
• consistent ...
Water of Bulgaria are mainly
used for irrigation, domestic
and industrial needs. Scientists
predict that water
consumption...
But water pollution is not associated with them. What happens to
the animals inhabiting these waters? It certainly is not ...
As we already mentioned the water
substance in Bulgaria is not very
much. And if we don't want our
country to look like de...
Recently, purifying the
waste water is one of the
main national priorities.
Highly
contaminated
water, requires
immediate
...
With the development of scientific and

technical progress, there is an increase in
new and advanced technologies .That

m...
Any factory, farm, village have to
build treatment plant effluent.
Mandatory water must pass through
wastewater treatment ...
But water protection is not only to not throwing waste in
it. Is more than that. It is saving it. We shouldn’t only
want, ...
And ifWE

don’t want to have
such landscapes
in Bulgaria...
End!
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http://photopin.com/
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  1. 1. er f life at o W ce ur o
  2. 2. The water is compound formed by 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen.
  3. 3. Water has no taste, no smell and is transparent. There are three physical forms: solid (ice), liquid and gaseous (vapor). It is a good solvent, it is the only substance which expands when it freezes.
  4. 4. Water is involved in important processes in the body, such as breathing and the conversion of food into energy, and therefore the adoption of less water than necessary leads to dehydration.
  5. 5. What exactly is? Water is one of the largest and necessary resources on Earth. t is vital , both for humans and for all other Organisms, from the smallest amoeba to the big scary whale, from the smallest seed to majestic redwood . About 2/3 of Earth's surface is covered with wate Water is essential for sustaining life on Earth. Man can survive weeks without food and even months, but without water n a single day is a real challenge. Life on Earth was born in the wat billions years ago and in our days it continues to depend on it. H2O
  6. 6. The amount of water in Bulgaria is not much. Considering the water resources per capita, our country ranks among the last in Europe. Water wealth is unevenly distributed throughout the country.
  7. 7. Water are divided into two main groups surface and groundwater.
  8. 8. • Surface water includes all rivers, lakes and reservoirs throughout the country. They are important for the water balance of Bulgaria. The amount depends mainly on rainfall. Surface waters occupy over 90% of usable water in the country.
  9. 9. • Groundwater in Bulgaria are important for shaping the nature and are a great human need. Groundwater is found both in the mountains and in the plains and hilly areas. According to their formation, they are divided into: ground, karst, pressure and mineral.
  10. 10. There are known three systems of water consumption: • linear - single use water for now it is a major (90%) • consistent - allows wastewater from some activities to be used by others without returning to river receivers • trial - closing the water consumption within a system, this system is most effective
  11. 11. Water of Bulgaria are mainly used for irrigation, domestic and industrial needs. Scientists predict that water consumption will increase to such an extent that satisfying the needs will become very difficult. Use of water from major rivers will rise, but they are very contaminated. Their main pollutants are wastewater from industrial and domestic waste.
  12. 12. But water pollution is not associated with them. What happens to the animals inhabiting these waters? It certainly is not a good thing. Why, when we open the Red Book, we see so many endangered, threatened or even extinct species. One of the reasons, we could say the main one, is exactly the pollution of these waters.
  13. 13. As we already mentioned the water substance in Bulgaria is not very much. And if we don't want our country to look like desert, we should save this treasure, no matter how little it is. Still, we are not the last people on earth, aren't we!
  14. 14. Recently, purifying the waste water is one of the main national priorities. Highly contaminated water, requires immediate measures to improve their
  15. 15. With the development of scientific and technical progress, there is an increase in new and advanced technologies .That makes water purifying more effective, but it’s very expensive and a country like ours can not afford it, or at least not entirely.
  16. 16. Any factory, farm, village have to build treatment plant effluent. Mandatory water must pass through wastewater treatment plants. There must be strict security and control of all dams and other water sources.
  17. 17. But water protection is not only to not throwing waste in it. Is more than that. It is saving it. We shouldn’t only want, we have to give and appreciate what we have and what we want to have.
  18. 18. And ifWE don’t want to have such landscapes in Bulgaria...
  19. 19. End! Used sources: http://photopin.com/

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