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World Water Day

It is always on the 11th of September every year.

This day was launched by the World Waters Council. Word Plumbing Council (WPC) through its member countries and partnerships with organizations has been working throughout the year to promote the benefits of a secure installation. In 2010, the idea of ​​this day was created to think about the role of water-based buildings and thus their health and lifestyle.

Everyone on the planet is affected by the availability of clean drinking water and basic sanitation. Even nowadays, there are many developing countries where the installation is very limited or does not exist at all. Lack of installation infrastructure that is effective is a major factor in tragic statistics. According to World Health Organization statistics, 315,000 children die annually from diseases caused by poor hygiene and dirty water. Another 2.3 billion people do not have access to an adequate bathroom and 650 million people have no access to safe water.

The water supply is a device for piping or similar water transport. For a large number of people drinking water supplies the public water supply network. Already during the reign of Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesse II. (1300 pp. N. L)) comes the oldest reports on the structures that served to water the water. They used bamboo strains to produce water in China, and aqueducts were built in the ancient city.

The goal is to realize an important role in sanitary technology and social health. Contests are held, seminars of activities around the world. People learn how to improve the quality and access to fresh water and safe hygiene