Did you know that over 97% of earth’s water is salt water and only 2.5% of earth’s water is freshwater? Out of 2.5% of the freshwater, only 0.3% of water is in liquid form and remaining water is locked in ice caps and glaciers? Needless to say, water is one of the most precious and limited natural resources that has to be saved and preserved. Saving water and stopping polluting it has become more than important for all of us living on this earth. It’s our collective responsibility to do whatever we can to conserve and save water in our homes. By saving water at home, not only we’ll be able to conserve this precious and limited natural resource, but we’ll also be able to reduce the carbon footprint to an extent.Continue reading Easiest Ways to Save Water at Home and Stop Wastage
Water and electricity are the two most needed yet the most misused items in your household. You must have been lazy enough not to do something about that leaky faucet. And so it keeps dripping and wasting water, drop by drop. Or maybe the tank has been leaking for days long and you have simply not bothered to get it fixed.
We know that three quarters of our earth is water but alas! Nor a drop is there to drink because it is mostly saline water that needs a terribly expensive instruments to turn it into something drinkable. Most of the water that is supplied to household is from underground or groundwater as we call it. And this reserve is, although renewable but a slow one. Continue reading How to Save Water and Electricity at Your Home