High pressure losses happened because the system is far from proper sewerage. In poor society, most of the population got their water from ground pumps, which had poor water flow and poor quality. Therefore, poor society was not able to access water that they can afford even their income mostly spent on water. Water service should be enlarged into poor society so they can get affordable and easy access to adequate
SCOPE AND RATIONALE : In this research, I would be analyzing the reason for increase in water pollution both global and locally. How this pollution affects our life; why people don’t care about preserving this precious Natural resource and what are we doing/treating it now. I personally, want to know how an individual can do to protect our planet against all this pollution. INTRODUCTION: Water is life, with almost 70% of the earth’s cover being water; it undeniably becomes one of our greatest resources. But the heart-rending news is that today, it’s Infested with waste ranging from floating plastic bags to chemical waste, our water bodies have turned into a pool of poison.
Just 32 percent of the Iraqi population has access to clean drinking water, and only 19 percent has access to a good sewage system (Unknown, 2015, p.1). People clean clothes, take baths, and drink from this water. The diseases spread quickly and cases of chronic diarrhea are becoming extremely common. Doctors are sure that the only way to solve this diseases is to provide potable water, but families can't afford a bottle of fresh clean
Safe water is scarce. Approximately 1 billion individuals in developing countries don’t have access to clean water. Although we acknowledge this shocking statistic, we still take it for granted; we waste it. Water is life. People around the world have different ways of getting access to water, but people in poorer countries search day in and day out for clean, potable water.
Water is one of the key elements for human survival, development progressions and success. However, the current trends of destruction of fresh water sources have been turned into be the most limiting factor for achieving sustainable development at every aspects. The water use conflicts among different players for life on earth i.e. agriculture, industry, urbanization and pollution of river water due to industrialization and other anthropogenic causes are very high in all over the world and severe in developing country. Rivers have always provided fresh water for humans and have been the mean of production of food, transportation, recreation and sites for settlement for thousands of years.
We need to take some drastic steps.  Plastic bottles waste is one of the biggest problem in today’s time everywhere throughout the world. One may have perused what's terrible about plastic bags and chose to lessen the number of disposables you expend, and that is an incredible course to head in. Yet, there's another issue in the plastic-junk minefield that requires handling — in the U.S.A, 1,500 plastic water bottles are used each second. For this reason, it is a noteworthy issue for people, nature, and the creatures on our planet 
The filthiness in the substance will then sink to the bottom, where the other chemicals in the tablet will absorb all the dirt. In this way, the water is completely clean and fresh. Billions of the population around the world receive unequal access to clean water to consume. In 2015, 663 million people did not acquire fresh water and were forced to drink from unprotected sources. Majority of the nations do not receive clean water such as sub Saharan Africa, India, China and other countries.
Water is essential for the survival of all living organisms. Human beings depend on water for a number of reasons. These reasons include drinking, washing, irrigating, recreational, health and sanitation. Many people take water for granted although a large number of people suffer from water shortages and poor quality. It is estimated that about 1 billion people all around the world lack access to clean drinking water.
The non-renewable resources of India are mapped and assessed for their economic worth. However, the renewable resources are still being assessed. Their enormous economic value was neglected for a long time despite the fact that they are essential for the livelihoods of millions. The value of resources became obvious only when they start getting scarce and conflicts arise over the access and ownership of the resources. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have clashed over rivers that flow through both states.
This made scientist aware of the importance of water on earth. Water has been proven to be one of the fundamental requirements for human life; hence life on earth can never be sustained without water. Diarrhoea results due to poor or lack of water supply. The Bio Med Centre states that in South Africa one in ten deaths of children under the age of 5 is caused by diarrhoea. In the world, up to 1.73 million deaths are caused by diarrhoea(WHO, 2002).