Water Supply Complaint Letter
South delhi water supply
Subject= complaint for poor water supply
We are the inhabitant of lal kuan. I would like to drew your kind attention . Toward the poor water supply in our locality. We have only 50 taps for our 5 hundred families. It is not sufficient for all. So it is our humble request to you. Please solve this problem as soon as possible. We shall thankful to you.
On the half of inhabitants of lal kuan.
Short paragraph on the Importance of water
Water is one resource that is important for the existence of all the living things on the planet. From plants, animals, humans, water is heavily depended on for survival. Without water, there would no seas, no aquatic life and certainly, nothing would be able to exist for a day.
Forests depend on the water without which we wouldn’t be able to enjoy all the important things that forests provide for our survival. Basically, water is the very essential resource that allows us the privilege to enjoy other products that need water to be made As a renewable resource, its uses are listless, from homes, factories, fields among others. Without water, all the rivers, oceans, seas, would not be there and we wouldn’t be able to enjoy the various delicacies that are harvested like fish, oysters etc.
Water covers over half of the earth. Over 70 per cent of the earth is water meaning its one of the most important resources on earth. Our bodies are also made of more than 90 per cent of water without which we would be a mass of bones and mass walking around.
Some simple tips to save water
Turn off the tap when you brush your teeth – this can save 6 litres of water per minute.
Place a cistern displacement device in your toilet cistern to reduce the volume of water used in each flush. You can get one of these from your water provider.
Take a shorter shower. Showers can use anything between 6 and 45 litres per minute. Consider getting an aerated shower head, which combines water and air, or inserting a regulator in your shower, which puts an upper limit on flow rates.
Water your garden with a watering can rather than a hosepipe. A hosepipe can use as much as 1,000 litres of water an hour. Mulching your plants (with bark chippings, heavy compost or straw) and watering in the early morning and late afternoon will reduce evaporation and also save water.
Fill a jug with tap water and place this in your fridge. This will mean you do not have to leave the cold tap running for the water to run cold before you fill your glass.
Install a water meter. When you’re paying your utility provider for exactly how much water you use, laid out in an itemised bill, there’s an incentive to waste less of the stuff.
Invest in water-efficient goods when you need to replace household products. You can now get water-efficient showerheads, taps, toilets, washing machines, dishwashers and many other water-saving products.