Shortage & Wastage, SNIPPETS

SAVE WATER: LESSON LEARNED HARD WAY!

Every morning we hear the noises of women fighting for water outside on the road beside our apartment campus. It is a daily affair of metro cities in India.

The water crisis is acute everywhere in the country. Wikipedia gives a statistic that there’s 88% of the population in India had to access to an improved water source in 2008. So it is expected that the stats would definitely show a positive increase after 8 years, in 2016.

But who will believe that when people see the fights on the roads for water ? Let me explain our life story.

In our previous rented house, we were two families living together in a building sharing the same water source. But we could rarely get even 10 buckets of water in a day. Thankfully both of us were working people and we were only two in number. They were four. And we considered them to avail more quantity of water than us.

We bought different sizes and shapes of buckets and tubs to store water. Only in the morning, the water pump was being run and then I used to fill all the buckets before going to work as my wife used to leave for work earlier than me in the morning.

Sometimes we used to get less than 10 buckets of water too. That time we used to suffer more. My wife used to wash the clothes and keep the waste water intact to be used for toilets.

Huh!!!

But all those months were a learning process for us… It disciplined us. We understood the value of water much better than everybody else. In our present house, we have same water crisis but we never face the problem because we know how to save water by storing as well as avoiding wastage of water.

Watch this interesting video: “10 Tips for Saving Water in the Home

It is high time we all need to buckle up and stand for this cause with a slogan, “SAVE WATER TO SAVE LIFE”.

Stay Blessed !!!

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5 thoughts on “SAVE WATER: LESSON LEARNED HARD WAY!”

  1. I can totally relate to what you guys when through.. last summer was a similar experience for us. Never in our life could we have imagined huge water cuts in a big metro like Mumbai.. we were used to 24/7 water and suddenly we were reduced to 3-4 hours of water a day. But I must tell u there was tremendous amount of learning in this experience and the awareness it created among not only us the house wives but the children and house help too.
    Now thanks to the overwhelming monsoon we have our 24/7 water supply back but we are changed people and a dripping tap makes us all run to close it..

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