Water Related Diseases: How Households Can Keep Taps on Water Pollution
Three million people die each year from water related diseases. However, according to a new two part article series launched by portable water filter company Sureaqua, water pollution is not only caused by natural disasters, and is something that all households should be conscious of and know how to approach.
(PRWEB) March 18, 2013
Death from water related diseases is one of the leading causes of loss of human life, claiming over 3,000,000 lives each year.
Water pollution has traditionally been seen as an issue that only arises when disaster strikes. In January The Chilean Capital of Santiago experienced a drinking water crisis, as well as the Australian City of Brisbane. Both cities were left without access to drinkable water. However, water pollution is something that occurs around households all the time.
Sureaqua portable water filter company has released a two part article series, disclosing the facts about water pollution, water pollution as a world crisis, consequences of consumption, also identifying ways home owners could be polluting and how they can prevent water pollution at home.
“Ultimately what we would like to achieve through these articles, is to alert home owners to the dangers of water pollution around the house, and educate them on why need to, and how they can put a stop to it,” said Robert Domanko, Director and Founder of Sureaqua.
Water pollution doesn’t just pose a threat as a health issue, the environment is also at risk of coming off second best. Hence, the second part of the series gives readers a full run down of what to look out for when taking a stand against water pollution.
“It’s important for everyone to know that water pollution doesn’t just come from muddied water. In urban areas it’s mostly from man made products that make their way into the water systems and water sources,” continued Mr. Domanko.
To view the full articles, visit the Sureaqua Blog by following the link below for “The Effects of Polluted Water Part 1″:
And the below link for “The Effects of Polluted Water Part 2: Preventing Water Pollution”:
For more information on Sureaqua, visit http://www.sureaqua.com.
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