World Water Day

World Water Day is marked every year in March as a day to elevate the importance of water around the world. It aims to highlight how much water is used in certain products, foods and processes and how individuals can make an effort for water conservation. Water scarcity, water quality and water equality are all large topics on this day and below are some news items, infographics and facts about water and its importance.

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Mar 20 2020
Cristina Tuser: In regards to the Coronavirus - what role does water and the water industry play in this discussion, now that it has been declared a…
Mar 26 2019
The current world population is 7.2 billion and is projected to increase by one billion over the next 12 years, reaching 9.6 billion by 2050,…
Mar 22 2019
In celebration of World Water Day, Evoqua is releasing an infographic that illustrates the power of water across a variety of industries and on…
Mar 22 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Water Assistant Administrator David Ross released the following statement today on World…
Frost & Sullivan World Water Day 2019 Infographic
According to Frost & Sullivan, modular water systems and strategic financial plans hold the key to leaving no one behind.
Mar 22 2019
For World Water Day 2019, Frost & Sullivan aims to shed light on areas of innovation that have the potential to improve conventional systems and…
The Why Water’s Worth It book is adapted from the popular video PSA from October 2018
The Why Water’s Worth It book is adapted from the popular video PSA from October 2018.
Mar 22 2019
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is celebrating World Water Day 2019 with the release of its first children’s storybook, Why Water’s Worth It.…
The theme for this year’s World Water Day is “Leaving no one behind”
The theme for this year’s World Water Day is “Leaving no one behind”.
Mar 22 2019
Today, March 22, is World Water Day. This year’s theme is “Leaving no one behind.” According to UN Water, the theme adapts the promise of the 2030…
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