• India doesn’t monitor water usage. • New Delhi literally cannot escape from the sewage it produces, because 45% of the population is disjoined to the public sewage system. Impacts: • A mixture of sewage disposal, industrial effluents, and chemicals from farm runoffs, arsenic and fluoride made the Indian’s rivers unsuitable for drinking, irrigation or industrial objectives. • More than 21% of contagious diseases in India are linked to unsafe water. • Millions of poor people are affected by preventable diseases, which are originated from insufficient water supply and sanitation.
Let’s summarize facts about the rural areas of India where clean water is already a big issue. The urban inhabitants of India includes more than 700 million people existing in in about 1.42 million occupations spread over 15 various environmental sections. It is true that providing drinking water to such a huge population is a massive challenge. India is also categorized by non-uniformity in level of sentience, education, dearth, socio-economic development, practices and rites which add to the difficulty of providing water. Indians are also threatened by waterborne illnesses.
Talking about Egypt, the Nile River is almost dying, because of the factories which get rid of their wastes by throwing them into the rivers and seas. Also, people in Egypt use the Nile to wash their clothes, dishes and animals; this phenomenon is because of illiteracy. As can be seen from the graph over, Egypt's fundamental wellspring of freshwater is the Nile. The second .biggest source being the non-renewable
Water is life, but water is for life as well. According to the United Nations, the population growth accompanied by the corresponding increase in water use will surely reduce the water availability and will eventually link to poor sanitation. Over a billion people struggle to survive without access to clean water in some places worldwide. This intensifies the competition among people for a clean and sufficient supply of water for diverse human consumptions. Unfortunately, humans have proved to be inefficient water users.
Adequate water resources area will cause the phenomenon of waste water on account of without awareness of water conservation. The area with lack of water resources will also exhaustive exploit water resources to solve the problem and it will resulting the destruction of ecological environment and water pollution which can be affect water cycle, and finally, decrease the total fresh water resource. What is more, the growth of population is also one of the reason. I would talk these arguments in the following paragraphs. 1.water quantity and distribution Earth is truly the water planet.
For instance, in developed countries, sewage and wastewater are drained off into rivers without applicable methods. In other words, they are to be flushed down through toilets and sinks. That is to say, that untreated sewage water is problematic in developing countries with insufficient sanitation. Hence, sewage and wastewater effects in water environmental contamination as it slows down the process of diluting the wastewater when it flows directly to the rivers, lakes, and oceans in which it stagnates the water. In addition, reckless individuals are too selfish to spend their time to properly dispose of their waste material.
Even with a large amount of desalination plants to reduce water deficiency, the UAE needs to adjust its water use habits before its energy consumption doubles in 2020. Governmental procedure to solve water scarcity in UAE Environment Agency Abu Dhabi said that, 72 per cent of water used in the UAE comes from groundwater, 21 per cent comes from desalination and only 7 per cent is treated water. The UAE is listed by the United Nations as a high-rank country when it comes to water problem, with the demand of water, it occurrence is not in same or not in
Of the long stretch of Ganga, it is most polluted in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur city alone has 45 tanneries, 10 textiles, 3 woollen, 2 jute mills and a number of chemical and pharmaceutical industries which discharge a pollution load into river equivalent to that from a population of another 3.0 million people. The BOD level in the Ganga between Kanpur and Varanasi at some points is as high as 20 mg/litre. The tributaries of Ganga are equally in bad state. Everyday in its 48 kms stretches through Delhi, Yamuna picks up nearly 220 million liters of untreated sewage and industrial effluents from city 's 17 open drains.
Even though benefits from manufacture, different industries, economic and others might have been more than just numerous still it will never repair the permanent effects that humans have done to the water resources. Namely the unsolved dead fishes case in Vung Ang, Vietnam, which has caught a lot of interest of foreign press. It is said on the national news that over 30 millions tons of dead fishes were collected by citizens who live near the coast of central Vietnam. In fact, according to some source of news, it is said that fishermen have reported to Vietnam government that there is a pipe illegally pumping sewage out of the ocean and describing to be a yellowish stinky chemical waste that is suffocating when inhale, even so this new government seems to have again failed its people for have not been able to succeed in the investigation of finding out the cause of this incident as further information about the case is still a mystery to us all. As well as another devastating impacts, the Citarum river in Indonesia, for hundreds years, has become attached to the daily life of about 30 millions residents who live in areas surrounding the river.
With the development of modern industry and agriculture, water pollution is becoming a serious question. A number of industrial facilities and inadequate sewage equipment led to the sewage discharged in to rivers, agricultural use pesticide and through the soil in to river, excessive deforestation cause soil erosion and the domestic sewage of house hold, etc..many river and lakes are not suitable for human life and the groundwater is also polluted. The Amazon in Americans, the Nile in Africa, the Yangtze in Asia and so on are in varying degrees by pollution. Because the reason that the water is irreplaceable and limited, if they are polluted, it will caused the water been getting fewer. The rapid growth of world population also become one of the reason of water shortage.