Water conservation

Water Conservation




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Water Conservation

Water conservation comprises all strategies, policies and also the activities which are done to protect and manage fresh water. It may also include protection of water environment for future generations. If water is not preserved or conserved well it may lead to water conflicts whereby the man and animals may fight for insufficient water. There is high growth rate which will increase the demands of water in future. It is important to conserve water because it is the most crucial thing in preservation of life. There is no life without water and this has facilitated scientist to carry out a research on whether there is any other planet which can support life without water. Therefore water is the important thing in life and should be taken care of.

Personal care pollutants have effects on human health whereby cannot be treated using drinking water facilities as they do not filter all the drugs. This is also to avoid poisonings and misuse of disposed drugs. Many agencies like Environmental protection Agency which is one of the great monitors of waste disposal in the environment. As a country we should monitor and control the amount of pharmaceutical or personal care products recycling or processing of these waste products. We can protect these personal care products but still will occur. In case they occur we should decide on the methods of treatment and care to avoid affecting human health. In my community they have increased and improved the technology for water conservation which is similar to what my classmates said (Smith et al. 2008).

In conclusion, the different of our community policy and that of my classmates is that we have reduced the amount of waste handling. We need to be an example where other countries and communities will come to benchmark on ways of managing wastes to avoid water contamination. We should be responsible for resource management and also protection of water environment (Hazen et al. 2013).


Trefil, J., & Hazen, R.M. (2013). The sciences: An integrated approach. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc

Wischmeier, W. H., & Smith, D. D. (2008). The Prediction of rainfall erosion losses-A guide to conservation planning. Predicting rainfall erosion losses-A guide to conservation planning.