Modern Water – The Story of Water
World Water Day is held on 22nd March. An annual UN observance that began in 1993, it aims to raise awareness of the approximate 2 billion people living without access to safe water. A core focus is to inspire action towards water and sanitation for all by 2030 .
The theme this year is “Groundwater – Making the invisible visible”. Almost all liquid freshwater is groundwater – supporting drinking supplies, sanitation systems, farming, industry and ecosystems. It’s overuse in many areas and increasing pollution are problems that could take centuries to recover from. Groundwater’s vital role must be reflected in sustainable development policy making.
Modern Water leads the way in monitoring water supply systems. Specializing in advanced monitoring products and with innovative technology at the forefront, we have developed and commercialized cutting-edge technology focused on monitoring contaminated water. Decontamination of wastewater is also made more efficient with Modern Water technology, ensuring that recycling water becomes a priority and helping to make the water industry more environmentally sustainable.
To learn more please contact a member of the Modern Water team at firstname.lastname@example.org