Water and energy are interlinked. By saving water we save energy and by saving energy we save water. Water from which energy is taken also uses the same energy in various ways when it gets transported or treated for other purposes.

By decreasing the need to treat and distribution of water and the waste water it is possible to conserve water and energy. By not wasting the hot water that is supplied to the houses offer a big saving in the process. This not only saves water but also the electricity bills of the house owners and the electricity wastage.

Leakage detection can also prevent the water and energy from getting wasted. For example in Denver water’s service area every AF of water which gets saved by the leak detection program saves almost 232 KWH of electricity.

 

Water and Energy Conservation

On the whole if we take globally almost 70% of available fresh water is getting used for agriculture. The water each individual typically uses per day is not even 10%. Rest is used by the industries. The water that gets supplied to agriculture cannot be charged. Necessary actions and researches have to be taken seriously to conserve water and energy. The demand for water is increasing and the energy too is increasing rapidly. To meet out the demands beneficial plans have to be adopted as soon as possible.

Energy efficiency programs have to be implemented by the government this can save energy and the cost for the same will be less than the generating, transmitting and distributing energy from the power plants. This can also reduce the emission GHG into the atmosphere thus providing a clean air.

 

Water conservation at homes

Conserving water conserves energy. We can save water in many processes at home. They can be

  • Fitting a low flow level shower head. An energy-efficient shower head that uses less energy.
  • Conventional western toilets use large quantity of water. By adopting low-flush toilets and composting toilets water usage can be minimized.
  • Dual flush toilets. This has two different levels of flush these toilets use up to 67% less water than the conventional type.
  • Saline or sea water can also be used for flushing toilets.
  • Fitting faucet aerator can also prevent water being wasted. They break the flow of water into fine droplets to maintain wetting effectiveness at the same time uses less water.

 

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  • Waste water reusing or recycling water. Reusing the water for toilets and watering the lawns.
  • Rainwater harvesting can help a lot in increasing the water level.
  • High efficiency cloth washing machines that use less water.
  • Irrigation methods that adopt the climatic conditions.
  • Leakage prevention
  • Covering the swimming pools so that water loss due to evaporation can be prevented. It can also warm the pool so that the energy needed to heat up is also reduced.
  • Automatic faucet that prevents the water loss due to open taps. It automates the use of the faucets without the use of hands.

 

Water and Energy

“Water is needed to generate energy. Energy is needed to deliver water. Both resources are limiting the other- and both may be running short.” – Michael webber, scientific American.

The conservation of both saves both energy and water from getting depleted. EPA estimates almost 3-4 % of national electricity consumption is used in delivering drinking water and wastewater services every year, which accounts to about 56 billion KW 0r $4 billion. Water and wastewater utilities again could reduce a considerable amount of energy usage if cost effective demand management systems were adopted. Almost $400 million could be saved if the water and wastewater utilities reduce just 10% of energy usage.

 

Energy Conservation

Saving energy in turn also saves water. It’s much related. So here are some of the ways in which we can save energy.

  • Turning off the lights and other electrical appliance when not in use.
  • Unplug the electrical appliances when they are not used as plugged TV, DVD player and mobile charges consume energy even when plugged in.
  • Washing the clothes in cold water so that the energy consumed for heating water is saved.
  • Fix compact fluorescent light bulbs in lamps as they use ¼ of the power of normal bulbs.
  • Turn off the monitors when not in use.
  • Put on washing machines only when you full load.
  • A flickering light consumes more energy than a normal one so always have a check  to avoid

 

Water and Energy Conservation

Interesting facts:

For a healthy tomorrow both energy and water has to be conserved. So use needed energy and water so that they won’t go waste.

  • If a low energy lamp is installed in every home in UK it would shut down a 2,000MW power station
  • If a T12 38mm diameter fluorescent tube is replaced by a T8 26mm one it uses almost 8% less energy than the first.
  • A PC that runs 24 hours a day uses £59 worth power in a year and emits  716 kg of carbon dioxide.
  • Leaving a computer monitor on would waste energy that is needed to print 800 A4 pages in a laser printer

 

SAVE  WATER … SAVE ENERGY …

FOR BETTER AND BRIGHT FUTURE….

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