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Breaking News: Philippines is Running Out of Water...

Although it doesn't even seem real, the eventuality of a huge Philippine water crisis gets closer everyday. You maybe wondering, 'What water crisis? There's a water crisis approaching?'

Yes, there is...

When we attended the Sustainability Summit 2018 press launch at Enderun Colleges, we were introduced to the harsh reality of the impending water crisis. We listened to the panelists talk about the urgency of this matter and how this year’s Sustainability Summit will focus exactly on this.


Let me hit you with some Earth Science facts first: sure, our world may literally be 71% water; but only a whopping 2.5% of it is freshwater and only around 1% of that is drinkable! Sure, these numbers don’t really change, but the demand for potable water does.


With the population growing as fast as it is, drinkable water is becoming scarce in a country that’s literally surrounded by water (oh, irony). Not only is the agricultural sector highly affected by this, but city-dwellers like us will be feeling the repercussions even more as the years go on.


Soon, the day will come when the water we have will simply not be enough for all of us.


IS IT ALREADY TOO LATE?


It’s time that we face it:

WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF CLEAN, DRINKABLE WATER (louder for the people in the back!). We have to start realizing that clean and potable water shortage is real for many of our fellow countrymen, despite being surrounded by it in the forms of rivers, fountains, ponds, water dispensers, etc.


We also have to see the importance of water and how much it affects our daily lives. I mean, we don’t just need to drink it to survive; we need it to wash ourselves, water our plants, and more. The sooner we change our perspective to recognize our need for water and how it’s becoming scarce, we’ll be more aware of how we use it and treat it everyday.

Knowledge is what will empower you to seek solutions to this problem!!


Be more aware of your personal habits, as well. Do you leave the faucet on while you brush your teeth? Do you throw away your water bottles, even if there’s still water left inside of them? Maximize your water supply and don’t take it for granted!

Additional fact: Our farmers only plant rice ONCE A YEAR (during the rainy season), simply because we don’t have enough water to sustain the crops if we plant during dry seasons. No water = no crops. 


Use social media or any of the platforms you have as an individual to increase discussions on this issue. How many times have you had to keep water in your pails and containers at home because your subdivision was anticipating a water shortage? How many times have you had to buy imported crops because there was just a lack of local ones? Have you ever passed by the various rivers in our country and wondered why they aren’t clean yet?


Spreading the word will bring the water shortage to the attention of our kababayans, sparking the need for urgency in our country.

We may have heard this so many times but it’s true: awareness needs to be followed by action. If you’re a business owner, start looking into Atmospheric Water Generators systems for your work-space.


This problem should not be overlooked or put aside for another day.


It’s real and it’s urgent.




BUT WAIT !!

There’s is WaterMicronWorld Water Technology!


Atmospheric Water Generators are Ecologically Friendly.


WaterMicronWorld International is the leader in the manufacture, marketing and distribution of highly advanced atmospheric water generators that extract the moisture from the air and converts it into clean, pure drinking water. Water, essential for all aspects of life, is the world's most valuable commodity and is becoming increasingly scarce. 


The population of the world continues to increase, yet the clean and drinkable water supply continues to decrease. Throughout history humans have always looked down while looking for a source for their water needs. They have always extracted from holes in the ground, wells, ponds, lakes, rivers and aquifers. All of these sources have one thing in common, which is that we are taking water out faster than nature can replace it. 


The solution is to extract water from a new source, one that is plentiful, renewable and accessible to most people around the world. WaterMicronWorld International is committed to provide pure drinking water around the world to all those people that need it most and to provide critical emergency pure drinking water to first responders, relief agencies and government institutions. 


At WaterMicronWorld International, we bring an ecologically friendly and new source of pure drinking water to industry, businesses and home users alike. We provide truly affordable, state-of-the-art technology that is easy to operate and maintain. Our technology taps into a water source that does not place more demands on Mother Earth--Pure water from the air we breathe!


Our home/office atmospheric water generator machine is a humidity and temperature driven self-contained unit making water from air.


The AWG-88HK unit generates up to 30 liters of pure drinking water per day depending on the specific atmospheric conditions of a particular geographic region. AWG-88HK simply replaces the need to rely on municipal water systems, transport, storage and consumption of bottled water. 


This AWG machine can reliably manufacture pure fresh drinking water in environmental humidity levels as low as 25%. AWG-88HK is the solution for a growing demand to supply safe and pure drinking water worldwide. 


WaterMicronWorld International Atmospheric Water Generators, AWG-C Series units can generate Pure Drinking Water from 30, 60, 100 , 200, 250, 500, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500, 3,000, 5,000, 10,000 liters and more of pure drinking water per day. Our unique compact systems are ideal for Hotels, Schools, Office buildings, Housing developments, Hospitals, Marine and small Municipal applications.


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