DUBLIN, Ireland, May 27, 2010 -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Issue of Water Conservation US: Opportunities and Challenges" report to their offering.
Water consumption is a direct function of the population which has been rising, draining out more water per day than Hydrology can replenish, raising concerns over availability of water of adequate quality in future. Although more than 70 percent of the globe is covered with water, which is increasing owing to melting of glaciers due to global warming, still drinkable water is only 1-2 percent of it all.
Reducing usage of water has its own limitations which then necessitates the conservation & reuse of water. This however is not a function of any single variable instead it is considerable only if practiced over various usages & by more individuals spread over larger geographies.
Water conservation as an end has many means to it with stakeholders spread across various industries, government bodies & individuals creating a need for identification of this issue as a distinct Industry that can be served by participants & is rewarding for them.
This report studies the issue of water conservation in US and identifies opportunities & challenges for various stakeholders like Individuals/Households, Government Agencies, Bathroom Fixture Makers, Water Pipes Makers, Drainage pipes Makers, Construction Industry, Water Treatment Plants, and Sewage Treatment Plants amongst others to explore & unearth rewarding avenues in this business.
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