As we all know already, the substance known as water is becoming scarce around the world. The United Nations has already sounded the alarm on an imminent water shortage.
More than 2.9 billion people in 48 countries will face water shortages in the next 10 years. Water experts say it could destabilize and jeopardize the existence of some nations.
Particularly with clean drinking water, the statistics are appalling. Over 1 billion people worldwide get their drinking water from unimproved sources including lakes, rivers, dams, springs and unprotected dug wells. The consequences of drinking from these sources is most likely death. Water-related disease kills around 840,000 people annually. Women and children collectively, are said to spend more than 140 million hours a day collecting usable water, which is more often than not, from contaminated sources.
The sea, available all the time, is undrinkable due to its salty nature. If only we could achieve an…
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