Data shows that global water consumption has increased by at least 495% over the past century. This increase relates to industrialization and population growth, but our habits at home haven’t helped, either.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States claims that the average household uses more than 300 gallons daily.While those in water-rich areas might not understand that the demand outpaces supply in some locations, there are still many reasons to make changes.
Public resources that many people use in their homes require chemicals and energy for transportation. Energy and chemicals are resources, too, so it involves more than you might initially realize.Reducing your water usage can make a difference in your community.Read more on powerofpositivity.com