Water Conservation

Fresh, clean water is a limited resource. 

Water is one of our most important natural resources, probably the most important substance for preserving life, as every living thing needs water to survive.

However, the global supply of fresh water is rapidly depleting, and this reality could potentially have dire consequences.

Conserving water enables us to use our existing supply of water more efficiently.

Water conservation involves the preservation, control and development of water resources, both surface and groundwater, and prevention of pollution. 

This resolve then brings about the need to have necessary policies, strategies and activities to manage our water resources and its environment, in a sustainable way and to meet our current and future demand, as our population and household sizes grow.

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