NiE A world of water

We expect to turn on the tap and out it will come - water.
We expect to turn on the tap and out it will come - water. Griffith Thomas

WATER is an essential element. It is vital to all life. We depend on it but we take it for granted and we waste it. We expect to turn on the tap and out it will come; clean, clear and plentiful.

The needs of our growing world are escalating and the demand on water is increasing. It is important we manage water supplies more carefully not just for ourselves but to maintain healthy ecosystems. Water is our most precious resource and it is so important that we conserve it.


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