Waging A War
The world is headed straight towards an acute water crisis. If not conserved today, there might not be any drinkable water left by 2050.
More than 6 billion pounds of garbage, mainly plastic end up in the oceans every year.
An average urban household, which consumes 130,000 gallons of water per year, could save 44,00 gallons annually.
Compared to today, five times as much land is likely to be under “extreme drought” by 2050.
From saving a precious resource for future generations to cutting down water bills, water conservation benefits everyone.
Conserving water equates to impacting 3.4 million lives who will otherwise die of waterborne diseases like typhoid & cholera