A paragraph on save water
Water is used by us for various purposes. Water is used for drinking. The human body depends on water for survival. Water is used for cooking food too. The water that we need for consuming must be clean, potable water.
If humans use dirty or contaminated water for these purposes they can fall sick and die from the diseases that may be contracted. Therefore, for good health, we need clean drinking water to be available for our use.
Water is also needed for farming. We also use water to maintain personal hygiene, to wash our mouths after brushing our teeth and have a shower. We also need water to wash our clothes, as also to keep our homes and surroundings clean.
You must not wastewater. Water is a precious resource as it is not replenished infinitely by nature. Water must be conserved. There are many ways in which we can save water. We must use the water we have judiciously. We can reduce the water we use to optimal quantities. Should ensure that no tap or pipe is leaking in our homes. use recycled water for our gardens and parks.
Human beings need water for many purposes. We need water to drink and to cook our food with. We need clean, potable water. If polluted or contaminated water is consumed we may fall sick. We also need water for farming. We need water to maintain our hygiene too.
Water is also used for keeping our homes and surroundings clean. Besides domestic purposes, water is also needed for many industrial purposes.
Water is needed by other living beings too. All terrestrial beings need clean water to drink. Many animals and birds take a dip in the cool waters of water bodies. Aquatic creatures can survive only in water bodies.
If water is wasted we lose a precious resource. Water is a natural resource for the use of all life forms. We also need water to water our gardens and public parks. Water is also needed for the forests to stay alive. If humans pollute water and thus waste it, the environment is harmed and all life forms are threatened.
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