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Q. What is water. What are the sources of drinking water.
Water is a substance found all over the world. it is colorless and odorless.molecule in
water is one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms.
Fundamental source of water are
Groundwater, Surface water and Rain water. In parched region where seawater is found,
desalination is utilized to produce drinking water.
Sources of Drinking Water
in the past, one could simply drink from
a natural spring
Lakes and Rivers
nowadays, these source are dirtied
salt water can be made drinkable
By filter it can be drinkable
Filter processing rainwater is suitable to
Best Types of Water to Drink
Mineral water contains up to four fold
the amount of calcium and magnesium
as standard faucet water.
Distilled water will in general be acidic
and must be suggested as a method for
coaxing toxins out of the body.
A similar water source local people use
for everything. Latrine flushing is by a
long shot the largest single utilization of
water in a home.
The biggest utilization of family unit
water is to flush the toilet, trailed by
washing up. Toilets represent almost 30
percent of a normal home
indoor water consumption
Water is a sustainable resource
People are limited to short of one
percent of the water on Earth. Likewise,
water is not equally circulated over the
Water deficiencies and water
contamination have turned out to be so
genuine over the world. few
associations consider our water status a
Seas, which are the biggest source of surface water. it include around 97 percent of the
Earth surface water.
however the seas have high saltiness, the water is not valuable as drinking water.
Endeavors have been made to expel the salt from the water, yet this is an exorbitant
Water is an renewable asset since it dissipates out of the seas to mists, which produce
rainfalling on the land. The water at that point keeps running into streams and dams
where it is utilized and the waste is somewhat cleaned before it makes its route to the
ocean, where the cycle starts again.