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Transcript of Treating Water
But what if your water wasn't treated?
1 in 10 people (663 million worldwide) lack access to clean water
1 in 3 people (2.3 billion worldwide) lack access to a toilet
The water crisis is the #1 global risk based on impact to society (as a measure of devastation), as announced by the World Economic Forum in January 2015
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What Happens to Wastewater?
Wastewater is taken away from the toilet and out of the home in pipes. It is then sent the treatment facilities where the water is screened multiple times to remove all impurities. Finally, the water is safely returned to the natural water supply.
From the toilet to the faucet
According to the United Nation World Water Development Report, "Up to 90% of wastewater in developing countries flows untreated into water bodies."
After analyzing the issue...
worldwide do not have the resources to move wastewater to facilities for screening and treatment.
One third of the world's population lack toilets
and waste removal services is at the heart of this increasingly problematic issue.
We used facts and evidence so that our claims would be read as valid and true