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    Water Scarcity Essay

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    this problem, there are some solutions that would help out. Some solutions could be recycling water, transferring water, rainwater harvesting and catchment, and so much more. Water scarcity is a major problem in the world and affects many people. Something should be done to find ways to help this…

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    illegal to collect rainwater in some states are both true and false. Eleven states have passed laws regarding the collection of rainwater, but those laws do not necessarily make it illegal. Some states actually offer tax incentives to encourage people to setup their own rainwater collection systems. There have been similar misunderstandings about rainwater collection laws in Colorado. Before 2009, Colorado had strict laws that basically made collecting rainwater illegal. But the state later…

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    illegal to collect rainwater in some states are both true and false. Eleven states have passed laws regarding the collection of rainwater, but those laws do not necessarily make it illegal. Some states actually offer tax incentives to encourage people to setup their own rainwater collection systems. There have been similar misunderstandings about rainwater collection laws in Colorado. Before 2009, Colorado had strict laws that basically made collecting rainwater illegal. But the state later…

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    First Flush Diverters When it rains, water builds up in the roof gutters before it flows down the downpipes. The initial runoff of water from the roof typically contains many types of dirt and debris such as decomposed insects, bird and animal droppings, and many other unpleasant and harmful substances. A rainwater harvesting system is a great way to preserve the community water supply and possibly even save money in water costs in the long run, but you don’t want those unpleasant substances…

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    preserve this natural resource. Talk about a win-win. Why should you collect rainwater? There are 3 clear benefits to collecting rainwater aside from helping your pocket book. It reduces demand on treated water. It’s no secret that water is scarce in Central Texas. Using collected rainwater is both reliable and conserves this disappearing resource. It’s better for your plants. Rainwater is better for plant and soil health than treated water. It is free of chlorine and salts and is…

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    operation. The Coca-Cola also stepped up its corporate social responsibility announcing to the world that it is a “green and socially responsible company.” The assessment noted that the plant's operations would continue to worsen water situation. Coca-Cola should no longer utilize the overexploited groundwater resource in Kaladera, instead, it should transport water from the nearest ground that may not be stressed, store water from low-stress seasons and relocates the plant to a water-surplus…

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    Ethiopian Drinking Water

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    With installing advanced technologies, water can be collected in different ways throughout the regions of Ethiopia. With only 10% of WaterAid America funds coming from foreign affairs, it is relatively easy to donate a small amount of money to go to funding for rain harvesting jars. Without clean drinking water in Ethiopia, villagers are left having to use all of their time to look for water, whether it be for crops or just for drinking. Many women and children have used up most of their life…

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    2015). Economically, farmers can sell energy back into regional system. The excess power in Pacific Northwest is sold to Puget Sound Energy, which provides additional revenue to the farmers (Krifka, 2015). The second alternative method is water management and conservation including fertigation and water harvesting. Fertigation is a method that applies fertilizer through drip irrigation. It would reduce the amount of water and fertilizer needed to spray fields, and it only applies water and…

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    after harvesting. Checking the proposal of DAM 2016 SRPEC [Civil] Page 2 Chapter: -2 Literature review 2.1 V.S.Pawar et. al. (2013)  In This Paper Author Suggested That Water is scarce natural resource, even though 71% of land is covered by water. Out of total water on the earth near about 2.5% are fresh which is being utilized for various purposes viz. domestic, irrigation and industrial are common. Water scarcity has become a serious global threat due to hap hazardous population growth,…

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    Bureau of Statistics (2016), Australia has massive amounts of potential water storage reigning in as the highest per capita in the world. However, there has been a significant fall equalling 18% in large dam storage levels due to drought conditions between the ‘El Nino’ years of 2002 and 2005 in Australia. Consequently, as a result of climate change, there has been a surge in intervals of tireless precipitation shortages, causing due concern for an adjustment in the way water is preserved and…

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