The impact of cleaning supplies to natural environment Every day people and concerns around the globe use different kinds of cleaning products, which do not let the earth unharmed. Simple activities of todays modern world like brushing teeth, washing the dishes or cleaning the floor have unquestionable impact on the natural environment, which may lead in future to deteriorating situation. It is crucial to understand that the action of individual can have an impact to natural environment, but it is important to remember that the reduction of usage by the individuals is not enough. The big companies, commercial and institutional buildings redound to the problem of harmful impact of cleaning supplies to the environment. If ordinary people paid
Where there is water, there is life. Water is not only essential for creatures to live on this planet, but also very significant to the economic development of households, communities and nations. Water shortage is worldwide problem. How to utilize water resource sustainably has become one of the foci for the whole society. Northern China faces serious water shortage, where water resources have been overexploited for a long time, rivers became dried, the underground water was over exploited, and the river ecology and environment became deteriorated (Lu et al，2014; Deng & Zhao, 2014).
Every human being needs natural resources such as water to support their lives and protect environmental quality. We desperately depend on water for drinking, energy, agriculture and transportation. The need for clean water is considered as continous and unlimited demand. Due to the importance of the need for clean water, it is a common thing if the water sector is addressed as a high priority. From time to time, the water supply and service are getting increased which sometimes imbalance with the service capability.
When we actually make that mind shift to act and to protect this valuable resource of ours, we can make a big difference in other people’s lives. Take for instance the poor sub-Saharan countries that have limited access to water – like in nothing. Woman and young girls are responsible for collecting water. They walk long distances to the nearest pond, river or lake. The water may even be contaminated and full of bacteria and germs causing diarrhoea, dehydration and even death.
Children in this country have the right to education, equality, adequate food, health, life, access clean water & other safe resources, and many more. However, some rights are critically threatened by current environmental issues such as contaminated water sources, increasing ocean temperature, and rising sea levels. Climate change had taken a heavy toll on Tuvalu’s land; corals reefs are damaged, and lands are slowly disappearing. It puts children at a great risk of displacement or possibly extirpation. In addition, citizens are relying heavily on rainwater source due to the contamination of groundwater by urban runoffs.
For example, it uses water, land, soil, air, and other natural resources to complete the process of any agriculture production. Firstly, it requires a handful chunk of water which is currently facing secrecy globally. It is now using such advance technologies to reduce the consumption of water so that this limited natural resource be protect for our ecosystem. Secondly, it uses abundant air and also make a part with regard to polluted it. Therefore, agriculture institution can make a useful part in protecting and managing the natural
EFFICIENT WATER CONSUMPTION SYSTEM M. Divya Subburathinam Department of ECE National Engineering college Kovilpatti,India firstname.lastname@example.org N. Arumugam Department of ECE National Engineering college Kovilpatti,India Abstract - Water, being a non- renewable resource is used for various purposes ranging from domestic to industrial. Also Water scarcity has become common these days. Though water is scare due to the natural calamities like drought, human usage is also responsible for water scarcity. Hence efficient consumption of water is essential to make the planet and upcoming generations survive. Many a times, water gets wasted unnecessarily rather than effective usage.
Abstract: Water is an essential element for life, due to the scarcity of water on the Earth's surface and the possibility of disconnection in the future, and the importance of water for the plants and the importance of plants living creatures consuming, start thinking about ways to rationalize water consumption, especially in relation to wild plants. One of these ways; Magnetized Water Technology, Drip Irrigation Technology, Hydroponic Technology, Sprinkler Irrigation, Agricultural Advisor using Sensors. Monitoring of environmental factors is significant over the last few decades. In particular, monitoring agricultural environments for various factors such as temperature, moisture, humidity along with other factors can be of more significance. A
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Water is an important natural resource needed for national development and human health. This shows that a nation and its development depend on the availability of water in one way or the other. However, when the available water becomes contaminated it cause more harm than good. In recent times, the change in climatic condition has affected the surface water by causing a lot of small water bodies to dry up and most of the remaining ones are highly contaminated by both natural and anthropogenic activities. This has cause many challenges in different parts of the world especially in developing countries.
INTRODUCTION Water is becoming precious and scarce due to its increasing demand in agriculture and industrial sector. Agriculture being the mainstay of population and exploitation of available water resources to meet the agricultural need requires its scientific management. An important aspect of agricultural planning is to work out requirements of water for crops. The water requirements of crop vary widely from crop to crop and also during the entire crop growth period of individual crop. Thus estimation of crop water requirements considering the crop pattern has been an area which has attracted attention of water resources planners and engineers.