Water Misconceptions

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I feel like the subject of water pollution is become more prominent everyday. There are many misconceptions and the facts discussed are often presented in different viewpoints. One area of controversy is the quantity of useable water on the earth. Both sides agree on one point that the clean drinking water is not evenly distributed across the globe. The facts speak clearly and show that there is enough water spread across the globe to adiquently supply the earths populaiton. The issue that the earth faces is the uneven distribution of the water. China holds 20% of the earths population and they only reiceive about 5% of the rainfall. While other countires like ourselves have smaller populations and recieve more then what even distribution would …show more content…
Many of these countires reuire the same individual water need like drinking water, water to grow and produce food, and clean themselves and their homes and clothes. Unfortunatly, They dont recieve enough water to even grow the necessary food requd to properlynourish their popution. They do not have the added needs that come from products developed in factores and therfore requie less water. However teh added conviences that are produced in factories could hep improve the living conditions of the individulas living in these …show more content…
One way is in the aggriculture industry. The amount of water used is a huge concern for enviormentalist, but should also be a concern for consumer. The money spent on irriguation systems, required sanitaztion equipement and processes, as well as reconstrocution of water ways for the purpose of better efficiency. like most expenses in business this one can effect the consuer price for produce. One way that water is becomin more expensive for farmers i through the increase in disposal and sanitization standards. These standards make the process more complicated, and the equipment needed is expense. All of these factors add expense the crops and resources that they produce. Additionally factories are facing the added purification standards for water waste. This will improve some enviormental concerns and save money in enviromental repairs, but will cost the factory more money and time. Just like farming the time and mney spent is going to drive up the price on products costing the consumer

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