|Posted by admin on May 14
Earth is often referred to as the blue planet. It is covered by water on 70% of its surface. However, there is a major water shortage crisis that is currently underway. Since all human beings and indeed all living things need water in order to survive, this is a very serious issue.
There are a few signs that the world needs to conserve water or face the consequences. The first of which is the fact that only about 2% of the total water on the planet is fresh Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by admin on Mar 25
Conserving natural water resources will ensure that everyone in the future will have access to safe drinking water. Water conservation methods are developed by city leaders in order to conserve this precious resource. Most cities have programs in place that will limit water use during certain seasons of the year. Spring and summer are commonly the months where water conservation rules apply to residents.
These conserving methods include restricting water use to a specific number of hours Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by admin on Mar 22
The first and most obvious step in conserving water in your own home is to perform regular checks on all of your pipes and faucets.
Only run washing machines and dishwashers when they are full. Hand-washing your dishes can save even more water, as long as you are not constantly running the faucet. Instead, fill your sink with just enough soapy water to submerge and scrub a few dishes at a time, or simply soak and lather your dish sponge.
We all know that turning off the faucet while brushing our teeth saves Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by admin on Mar 21
Water generates energy when it flows or falls. The result is hydroelectric power, and an environmentally-friendly and powerful renewable energy.
What are the benefits to water energy?
Water energy, or hydropower, has many benefits. The energy has fair maintenance and operating costs, power plants that create it emit very little of the carbon dioxide that contributes to global warming, and the plants last up to ten times longer than those that produce nuclear energy or coal.
What are the downsides of water energy?
Hydroelectric plants take up space and may disrupt the habitats of animals. Large-scale Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by admin on Mar 17
Oil, natural gas and coal are fossil fuels. Humanity has been dependent upon these fuels for a very long time. From lawn mowers to mass transportation, fossil fuels power society. However, the dwindling supply of fossil fuels should definitely make society worried.
There are only a finite number of fossil fuel resources on the planet. Once theyâ€™re gone, there is no way to replenish the fossil fuels. The reason why mankind cannot make their own fossil Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by admin on Mar 13
Conserving water is something that you should definitely worry about. In fact, there are a lot of reasons to do so. First of all, you have to think about your monthly budget. If you have city or county water, you probably have to pay a fair amount of money on your water bill every month, and this bill can really put a damper on your finances. If you work to conserve water, however, you can actually Read the rest of this entry »
|Posted by www.water2conserve.com on Feb 7
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