How Do Water Filters Solve The World's Future Drinking Problem

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How can water filters solve the world’s future drinking problem? The world’s future drinking water is threatened by contaminated agents. It means that there are many impurities in water source which can not be used for cooking, drinking or any daily purposes. In fact, Vietnamese companies can improve this issue by manufacturing water filters. It is a great way to provide an easier access for people to safe water, enhance their health as well as protect the environment. Moreover, water filter production will bring lots of money for the companies in Vietnam. The sales of water filters will bring Vietnam numerous profits. Water is an essential part of life. However, the quality of safe drinking water is becoming worse because of outside impacts …show more content…
“Each year 3.5 million people die from water-related diseases. Each and every day, more than 4,000 children die of water-borne illnesses, which are now the second leading cause of death for children under the age of 5” (Water one world solutions, n.d.). Contaminated water has negative influences on all age groups, especially women and children. About every 21 second, a mother loses her child from a water- related disease (Prois, 2014). Therefore, water filters which have various functions of rejecting bacteria, organics, salt and dissolved solutes will reduce the incidence of physical maladies such as diarrhea and dehydration. Clean water not only means less money spend on medicine but also means more money for education. Besides that, when people own a private water filter, they can use safe drinking water without walking to the nearest water source as they did before. Some women in Sub-Saharan Africa spend more time collecting water than other any activities they are doing a day. Hence, with a solution like using water filters, it can help to save 40 billion hours annually fetching water; that is an entire year's work in all of France (The water project, 2014). Furthermore, the walk is not just hard but it is dangerous, the women or girls who step out unaccompanied and burden with a large amount of water may be get hurt, sometimes they even are attacked by strange people. According to the Statistics of water crisis, girls who are under the age of 15 are twofold as likely as boys to be the family member have the responsibility for fetching water (The water project, 2014). Thus if using water filters can diminish the state of collecting safe drinking water, it will be freedom for girls to go to school and for women maybe to start a business. A research indicates that “for every 10% increase in women's literacy, a country's whole economy can grow by up to 0.3%” (The water project,

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