Water is the most valuable liquid that we know. It is essential for the lives of fauna, flora and the people likewise. It exists in multiple forms, surrounding us completely. It has been shaping our planet for millions of years, protecting it from overheating and overcooling. Despite the fact that the overall volume of water on our planet remains unchanged, clean water is becoming scarcer all the time because of the rising environment pollution levels. More and more places on the Earth suffer from not having access to sufficient fresh water supplies; precipitation levels in many regions are uneven and irregular. The most remarkable deficiency of high-quality water is experienced in developing countries and in areas with large and rapidly growing population – while in other parts of the world, water is being wasted.
Experience acquired in recent years, however, shows that water must be highly valued regardless of the location. It is vital that we protect water resources and use drinking water reserves sparingly.