With our people clamouring for better quality of life, the importance of pure water for drinking and sanitation can never be over-emphasized. But its supply is endangered by errant monsoons, shrinking flow of rivers and over exploitation of ground water. Supply and Distribution systems in cities are already under severe pressure. So, every citizen has to reduce use of water by adopting technologically advanced control devices in our homes, offices and work-places. And also reduce leakages and wasteful practices.
Enormous quantities of water are being and will be used for sanitation purposes as entire India is becoming Open Defecation Free. The grey water generated which generally finds its way to pollute our rivers can be put to good use by routing it to modern STPs and WTPs and purifying it for irrigation and industrial purposes
In monsoon precious & pure water flows away in sheer waste. Massive deforestation and reduced absorption of excess rain water massive concretization of our cities lead to reduced recharge of wells and water bodies. These periodic floods not only do massive damage to irrigation canals, river basins but also erode banks and valuable top soil of fertile deltas and lands, leading to less and less agricultural production. If rain water harvesting is adopted by every home, the cycles of floods and draughts can be halted and then effectively reversed. Farmers then can enjoy stable incomes and security.