Have You Seen Our Water Infographics Page?
Water scarcity is something that already affects every single continent in the world, with UN Water figures showing that usage and consumption has been growing globally at over twice the rate of population increase in the last 100 years.
A growing number of regions are now reaching the limit at which these services can be delivered in a sustainable way, particular in arid parts of the world. As such, it is becoming increasingly important for countries and different regions to tackle the critical challenges posed by water stress – and urgently so.
Even doing a little bit of research into the crisis can quickly become overwhelming and there are lots of facts and figures flying about that can make it difficult to really grasp the seriousness of the situation.
To help businesses and individuals alike gain a deeper understanding of the problems associated with water stress and scarcity, we’ve been designing infographics on various topics related to the crisis to help you digest the information more easily – and find solutions to how you can best go about reducing your water usage and consumption across your site.
Topics include how you can reduce your water costs, surface water drainage, water leak detection, sustainable water development, alternative water sources and so on.
Our infographic on reducing water costs, for example, explains how we can help provide clarity on how your water service charges break down and how you can potentially secure a refund for incorrect billing.
It also suggests some onsite solutions to help put our recommendations into practice, whether that’s water leak detection and repair, water recycling systems or online flow monitoring.
But you can also delve deeper into the crisis itself with this infographic, which explains how the UK’s water scarcity Day Zero may actually be closer than we all think.
For example, did you know that experts are now predicting that parts of the UK will see problematic water scarcity become a reality in as little as 20 years… and if we have just three years of low rainfall, the majority of the country’s cities would see serious shortages of water supplies.
All these facts and a lot more can be found over on our infographics page and it really is a great resource for anyone wanting to find out more about the global water crisis.
If you’d like to find out more about how you can go about being more sustainable as a business, get in touch with the team here at H2o Building Services. We can advise you on a range of different matters and can help make sure that your company reduces its water footprint now and well into the future.