Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Conserve Water For The Next Generation

Many of us know that 70% of the earth is water, but the sad truth is, there are still parts of the earth that are in drought and some died in thirst. Water is essential to life on earth. We need water to grow food, keep clean, provide power, control fire, and last but not least, we need it to stay alive! Our water supply is finite, which means that we do not have an endless supply. We only have the water that we have now. Ninety - seven percent of all the water on the earth is salt water which is not suitable for drinking. Water conservation is the most cost-effective and environmentally sound way to reduce our demand for water.
Making sure that our water pipes don’t have leaks is the first thing to consider in conserving water. An unnoticed leak can actually fill up to five to eight gallons of water a day. Can you imagine the waste it caused and the cost it will add to your water bill? Ignoring repairs of the tiniest plumbing problem can prove to be very costly due to extensive damage that may occur. If this is your problem, take an action right now. Call a plumber. Boise Plumbing offers the highest quality service and materials, and with their efficient and talented technicians, they promise the job done on time and in excellent conditions.
Saving water is good for the family, community and above all, for the earth.