By Mohan Seneviratne
And trade use large quantities of water, and in a few components of the area water is changing into a scarce commodity. This e-book is a 'best perform' handbook for water conservation for commercial and advertisement clients world-wide. It deals a realistic account of the measures that are taken to re-educate business and advertisement clients within the suggestions of water saving and re-use - at any place on this planet.
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Financial achievement can and must go hand-in-hand with social and environmental performance Indra K. Nooyi Business operates at the local, state and at the global level. The use of water by business is an entitlement granted by the community to business. It is a social contract. Especially in times of drought when the community often faces tough water restrictions, business needs to ensure that they too use 16 A Practical Approach to Water Conservation water responsibly thus honouring the social contract.
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This polarity enables the water to dissolve all ionic and polar substances. Non-polar compounds such as hydrocarbons are insoluble in water. For this reason pure water is not found in nature. It always contains impurities, which impart colour, clarity, taste, smell and feel. 1). Impurities in natural waters depend on the source of water. Wells and spring waters are classed as ground water while rivers and lakes are known as surface waters. Ground water picks up impurities as it seeps through the rock strata, dissolving some parts of (or almost all) it makes contacts with.
A Practical Approach to Water Conservation for Commercial and Industrial Facilities by Mohan Seneviratne