Paul Giovanni Okumu

Operations Manager at Mwanza Urban Water and Sewerage Authority (MWAUWASA)

Category: Water Crisis

Hydroponics and Soil

To comprehend what the focal points are developing with hydroponics, first you should comprehend what hydroponics is. Hydroponics is basic. Hydroponics is developing with water rather than soil. Normally a client includes gathered supplements into the water, reenacting the composts found in soil. Continue Reading

How Water Scarcity Can Impact You

Probabilities are good that if you are going through this article, you could rather simply walk into an expediently-located bathroom and turn the spout to take a drink of fresh and clean water.  For millions of humans all around the globe, a plastic water bottle sits by their sides nearly all the time. Yet to people in several world areas there is a scarcity of water, the reality is entirely different.

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Water Crises – The Next World War Is About To Start

“Water, Water everywhere and not a drop to drink…” Although the statement is not written in the perspective of scarcity of drinking water in general, however, the logic conveyed would become a truth if the diminution of fresh water provisions continues at the recent pace. World war experts anticipate that next world war wouldn’t be for oil, nor for land, but for water.

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Water Crises Its Effects And Ultimate Solutions

Water is considered to be a basic requirement of the living stuffs as we all are well-familiar with the fact that water crises solemnly threating the world it eventually causes millions of death on each year as we know that only one percent water can drinkable on earth as 97 percent water on earth is not able to use just because it involves different minerals and salts and three percent glacier and 1 percent of usable water.

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