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    Water Conservation You just got done running on a really hot, summer day. Your body is just begging you to cool it down. So, you get an ice cold, refreshing glass of water to cool you down. What if i said, no more water? Or no clean water? That’s not refreshing. No more clean showers or refreshing drinks. Luckily, that’s not the case, but it could be…. People take water for granted and waste it everyday, and pollute it. They throw water bottles half full away, throw trash into our oceans, and

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    days without water. This statement alone tells us that water is very important to the human body. So what would we do without water and why is this relevant? Without water we would die and this is a relevant matter because we are overusing our water sources. If we continue to use too much water, Earth will no longer be able to support us. According to Madison Powers, we are taking freshwater faster than it can replenish itself (Par 2). This affects us all because everybody needs water to survive.

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    Water Conservation

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    WATER CONSERVATION INTRODUCTION: Water is essential for life on earth. Water is needed for growing food, keeping ourselves clean, generating power, controlling fire and most importantly to stay alive! This list is simply non-ending. This shows that water is an integral part of our daily life and we are heavily dependent on it.  Water conservation – Refers to reducing the usage of water and recycling of waste water for different purposes such as cleaning, manufacturing, and agricultural irrigation

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    Water conservation? When you brush your teeth do you leave the water on the whole time? Do you leave paint cans or trash on the ground for the water to just wash it away? If so think about how much water you waste or pollute? All that water down the drain and that water contaminated. Most people think that “ oh I am only one person out of millions, if I stop it won't matter, I can’t make a difference, I can’t stop others from doing the same.” if everyone thinks likes this then yes, you will never

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    cardboard boxes. However, water can also be recycled every time you shower or wash your hands. The water that comes from these activities is called greywater. It is not as dark as sewage water, and it is easily distinguishable from tap water. Water recycling is defined as reusing treated wastewater for beneficial purposes such as watering gardens, field irrigation, parks, golf courses, fire hydrants, cooling industry machinery, and toilet flushing. Recycling water helps saves fresh water and money as well

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    ​Water is one of the crucial element our planet provides, however, the supply of freshwater will wane if the consumption of water remains unchecked. The steadily growing need to conserve water usage within the United States has sparked people to change their usage of water to aid their communities during desperate times. Recently California experienced a severe drought which called on a restriction on water usage to a bare minimum. During this drought, rising temperature and lack of rain on cities

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    Water Conservation

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    Water Use and Conservation Report Thesis This report will firstly present and express the importance of water before going about expounding the various ways in which water is being used. It will go on to demonstrate the lack of accessibility alongside the vulnerability of the resource and explaining how it would lead to water shortage on the basis of factors affecting the globe currently. Moreover, an elaboration will be made on the different water conservation techniques made by organisations along

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    are sitting on the edge of the river bank. You are listening to the water as it swiftly rushes by you. You can see how the Sun’s light glistens off the transparent cyan water. A state of serenity overcomes you. There are birds chirping all around and the most beautiful butterflies hovering around some nearby shrubs. Now, open your eyes and go look at the closest river. Do you notice all the trash along the banks? How about the water? Do you see the motor oil shining on it? Not so peaceful is it? Sadly

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    Water is a resource that has always been available to us, and I feel as a society we have taken it for granted for many generations. While I was doing the research for this water conservation essay, it opened my eyes to the importance of my generation to preserve the remaining aquifer. Although I don’t reside in Southwest Kansas, I have very strong ties to this area of Kansas where the family farm is located. The impact of not preserving water will not only affect our family farm in Grant and Stevens

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    Currently California has a terrible water problem, which is causing many people to cease watering in excess all across the state. The reason California has water problems is that we are emptying our underground aquifers during a drought that has been going on and many people are still wasting water on their own personal opportunities. There are many options toward either ending or surviving the water issue, such as the idea of war to take the water that California needs to survive. Another is to

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