Drinking water

Conclusion  from the article about drinking water

  • Drinking water is the most important requirement in human life.
  • 90% of cases of diarrhea in developing countries is caused by  poor drinking water.
  • quality

What is drinking water

Water drinking is water that is used to meet the hydration needs of the human body. This causes the human body to be covered with liquid. It is possible, lack of water or known as dehydration can reduce the functions of the body itself. However, air needed by the body carelessly. Some are required to fulfill the requirements so that the water received is truly feasible and safe. The main requirement is to be free of bacteria and germs and to avoid contamination of harmful substances. Source of Drinking Water Because drinkable air has an important role in fulfilling human nutritional needs. So it must be realized the need for quality from the drinking water source itself. Some of the sources of drinking water that we can know are: Water sources from the ground, for example well water, etc. The amount of air from the sky, for example rain water, snow, etc. The air source of the earth’s surface, for example, streams, rivers, glaciers, etc. Obtained from growing-recycled air sources from the sea Clean water supply networks This clean drinking water resources are not clean and decent directly consumed or used. Factors that can make the water source unfit for use, the source of drinking water is with industrial activities. This is because waste or industrial final disposal is flowed or passes from the air source. Also drinking littering can make the source of drinking water polluted. And finally, it can also be due to factors such as tsunamis such as those that struck Aceh in 2004. At that time seawater polluted the sources of fresh water so it could not spend for a long time. Meanwhile, natural factors that also affect drinking water such as containing dissolved substances carried from the soil and rocks can still be tolerated as an air source that can be used. Improved Source of Drinking Water Currently the term Enhanced Water Source is available, which is used to categorize the level and source of type air. In 2002, the program was supported by the JMP (Joint Monitoring Program) for the air and sanitation procurement program which was a collaboration program between UNICEF and WHO. The program is intended to support and support the development of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in providing drinking water and sanitation needs. The goal (MDG 7, target 7c) is agreement in 2015, the community can access safe and sustainable drinking water and tourism. In Indonesia, air and sanitation procurement programs are also carried out by various Environmental NGOs that support the government through the Health Office. The program is called the Community Based Total Strategy supported by the Minister of Health Regulation No. 3 of 2014. In this STBM series, Nazava was involved as a company that did focus on improving the quality of sources and water that was suitable for consumption in Indonesia. Nazava’s guidance on WHO and the breakthrough in screening methods made Nazava’s products truly market-calculated. This most complete company provides positive socialization of the quality of drinking water directly into the community. With a variety of products, the solutions offered are effective. Because, every product from Nazava is made to deal with a different problem or case. Think, if you think that the quality of water sources at home or in your neighborhood is problematic, and you are confused about finding a solution, then you can contact Nazava first to resolve your problem. Quality of Drinking Water As much as 90% of cases of diarrhea that afflict people , mostly in toddlers and pregnant women in developing countries, one of which occurs because of poor quality drinking water. As happened in Bangladesh, about half of the 12 million well water in the country is confirmed to have been contaminated with arsenic. This happens because the wells are not dug deep enough (less than 100 meters) so that substances such as arsenic become concentrated. In fact, in the 1980s, the United Nations (UN) assumed that air on land was healthier than air from rivers and canals. But in fact the air allows contamination of arsenic and fluoride. Read about the problem of well water here. As many as 60 million people