… Protects the Environment. Filtering and transporting water to our homes requires tremendous energy. By reducing our water consumption, we lessen our environmental footprint, a key component in the fight against climate change.
… Feeds the world. When water returns to nature, it doesn’t necessarily go back to where it originally came from or boast the same quality. Aside from the countless environmental issues that occur because of that, it’s also important to note that 40% of global food production depends on freshwater. Therefore, shortages would not only make famines imminent but also inescapable.