At present, the drinking water of our family mainly comes from the waterworks. By drawing water from rivers and lakes, it is coagulated, sedimented, filtered, sent to clean water and disinfected before leaving the factory. The water is pumped into the drinking water pipeline at high pressure and finally diverted to the user’s home. In faucets, the whole process is complicated and cumbersome. The state’s control over drinking water is extremely strict. During the entire process, it must pass multiple water quality tests before passing the next step. However, secondary pollution inevitably occurred during the process of water transportation.
Regarding the water quality of domestic tap water, the scope that the state can control can only stop outside the domestic drinking water pipeline. The quality of the domestic drinking water pipeline depends entirely on our users. As the final delivery end of drinking water, not only the quality of drinking water pipes is related to water quality, but regular cleaning is also important.
To ensure the quality of drinking water, many users choose eco-friendly water pipes when installing water pipes, and often ignore the cleaning process after installing the water pipes. It is not that a good water pipe can guarantee good tap water, and no matter how good the water pipe is, it cannot withstand years of erosion. Therefore, in order to ensure water quality, we must not forget to regularly clean the water pipes, protecting both the water pipes and the water quality.
Domestic drinking water is one of the most indispensable beings in our daily life, and once it has problems, it will produce visible and invisible chain reactions. In order to avoid affecting normal life and endangering our health, we should pay more attention to the sanitation and cleanliness of drinking water pipelines to escort our healthy life!
On November 30th, the Water Manager family- the leader among water pipe cleaning machines industry in China carried out a unique outdoor mountain climbing activity. In the cheerful atmosphere, the climbing mountain activity came to a successful conclusion. Come back with us to review the exciting moments of this event!
The activities of this event include: climbing mountain, picnic, making dumplings, roasting sweet potatoes, watching maple leaves, and soaking in natural hot springs.
Although climbing is tiring, in the process, everyone cooperated and helped each other.
The main purpose of this activity is to let everyone relax and enjoy themselves in busywork. As CEO. Mr. Chen said, “I hope that everyone’s life is more than just work. They can go out and walk in their free time, get close to nature, and release work pressure.”
1.1 billion people worldwide currently lack access to safe drinking water, according to a report by the United Nations Environment Programme. The problem of water pollution has become a global problem, which seriously threatens human health and development. Especially in developing countries, drinking water safety issues are more prominent.
In recent years, whether in developing or developed countries, the issue of drinking water safety has repeatedly touched people’s fragile nerves. This problem has gradually become a global challenge.
In December 2007, the United Nations Environment Programme released a report that 1.1 billion people worldwide do not have access to safe drinking water, a problem that may be exacerbated by climate change and population growth. The UN even warns that if the world’s population continues to increase, by 2025, one-third of the world’s population will have to worry about obtaining safe drinking water.
Compared with developed countries, drinking water safety is a worrying issue in developing countries due to poor infrastructure. UNESCO recently released news that about 90% of sewage and 70% of industrial wastewater in developing countries are discharged into rivers without treatment, threatening drinking water safety. The World Health Organization points out that 88% of the world’s diseases should be attributed to unsafe water and lack of related sanitation facilities, and diseases caused by unclean drinking water are more common in developing countries.
The issue of drinking water safety is particularly acute in Africa. In April 2007, the African Council of Ministers of Water Resources issued a report that 40% to 60% of people in sub-Saharan Africa do not have clean drinking water, and many African countries are facing water scarcity.
The Asia-Pacific region has also made slow progress in providing safe drinking water and basic sanitation. In October 2007, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific and other agencies issued a report stating that drinking water conditions for about 560 million people in rural Asia-Pacific have not improved and 1.5 billion people lack basic sanitation facilities.
Even in Europe and the United States, drinking water safety is a serious problem. The UN Economic Commission for Europe recently issued a communique saying that more than 100 million people in Europe still lack safe drinking water. In the area of the 56 members of the Economic Commission for Europe, an average of 37 children die from diarrhea every day due to lack of safe drinking water. In 2006, about 170,000 people in the pan-Europe region became ill due to lack of safe water, of which 120,000 people had hepatitis A.
A recent survey report released by the United States media shows that drinking water in 24 major cities in the United States contains antibiotics and sedatives, and many other pharmaceutical ingredients. At least 41 million people drink this water with potential safety hazards in daily life. The survey, completed by the Associated Press, said that the safety of drinking water in the United States cannot be ignored. From California in the west to New Jersey in the east, drinking water in 24 major cities and regions in the United States is “rich” in pharmaceutical ingredients. In addition to antibiotics and sedatives, there are residual drugs such as sex hormones, anti-inflammatory drugs, analgesics and antipyretics. Investigators have even found 56 pharmaceutical ingredients in Philadelphia’s drinking water.
Water is the source of life, and freshwater resources available for human life are very limited. However, on the one hand, there is a continuous shortage of water resources, and on the other hand, the inexhaustible consumption and pollution of water resources in some areas. The drinking water safety problems caused by this have already adversely affected human health and economic development, and this problem has gradually become a number of countries. Important challenges faced.