Dos and Don ts - Water Pollution

Dos and Don ts - Water Pollution:

  • Reuse of water whenever possible, Kitchen water can be used for watering the plants.
  • Plan your kitchen activity to avoid wastage of fuel and water.
  • Fix leaks promptly. A dripping joint can waste more than 76 liters of water a day.
  • Take showers instead of baths. Showers use less water - if you limit them to five minutes. Install low-flow shower-heads.
  • Plastic materials can be a murder weapons for wildlife, minimize their use. Blown from land and roadsides, they often end up in the water, where they can entangle and kill birds and fishes.
  • Use sprinkler for irrigation.
  • Use scientific method of application fertilizers.
  • Run your dishwasher, washing machine, and dryer only when you have full loads. When possible, use an outdoor clothesline instead of a clothes dryer

  • Don't keep on the tap running while having, bath, brushing teeth, or washing dishes it wastes about 2 liters of water every minute.
  • Don’t hose down your lawn or corridor to clean it. Sweep it off.
  • Don’t wash the clothes and kitchen utensils in the water bodies.
  • Don’t litter. When camping, keep the areas clean.
  • Avoid throwing flowers, sweets, puja materials into a river. It will degrade the quality of water. The river wont be happy with this.
  • Avoid through dead bodies in a river. This will ultimately landing in the mouth of dogs, vultures & other animals.Do you like it to happen with your bodies.
  • Never dump anything into the water bodies.
  • Avoid use of pesticides