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. Awareness campaigns . Curb river pollution . Gazette catch areas . Recycle used water

Muet-Conserve water

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Presentation - Ways to conserve water. Awareness campaigns . Curb river pollution . Gazette catch areas . Recycle used water‡

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. Awareness campaigns . Curb river pollution . Gazette catch areas . Recycle used water

People can though this way to acquaintanceship the importance of conserve water. Use the most effective way to protect the water from pollute . As a example *do not water lawns or wash cars when water is in short supply, * use pistol-grip nozzles on all hoses and always turn off the faucet tightly to prevent leakage. *to conserve water in the kitchen, dont let faucets run for washing or rinsing. *Turning off the water while brushing your teeth can save a family 5 to 10 gallons per day.

"Save each drop of water as many drops together transform into an ocean".

Curbing water pollution is a way of preserving our rivers and waterways. If we seriously want our rivers and waterways to be less polluted (a pollution-free environment is impossible), then the government of the day must have a strong will to introduce effective steps to curb water pollution.

All of us use water, so everyone must play an active role. As a water user, each of us can play our part by: Finding out which river basin our water sources and supply comes from. Looking out for activities and development in the river basin that may affect the quality of our drinking water. Taking action to protect our river basins. Alerting the authorities such as the Department of Environment and the municipal council, and media about irresponsible polluters and developers. Where possible, provide information such as the date, time, location, and photographs. Learning more about laws relating to the protection of highland catchment areas and rivers. Not littering, as the rubbish will eventually find its way into our rivers. Recycle! Practice separating our trash and sending it to a recycling centre. Protecting our rivers. We all use them so we should learn how to do so.

Recycled water has many uses that are safe and sanitary, such as: - water for wetlands - water for crops - water for industrial use Reuse of gray water for flushing toilets or watering gardens Recycling of wastewater through purification at a water treatment plant *Additionally, recycled water can be safely used as drinking water.

Water recycling is something that has always been done in nature by the earth. The earth reuses water often in the forms of precipitation that falls to the earth, gathers here as bodies of water that evaporate back into the atmosphere and refall as precipitation, starting the cycle over. Recycling water is also something regularly done commercially. It is quickly becoming something on a more popular level as water supplies are becoming limited and fear of shortages are more widespread. The future looks very good for water recycling to become a common occurrence because it can be done with no threat to public safety.

~Conclusion After Discussion~After finish the discussion, we think that the most effective way to conserve water is recycle water. *Using recycled water is cost-effective compared with using fresh water in many cases. Farmers who use treated water for their irrigation needs, for example, will pay less to use recycled water. In drought seasons ---where water use is drastically reduced ---the cost benefits of using recycled water become extremely advantageous.

Prepare by: Ng Peggy Izuan Sin Waiy Hisham