10 Lines on Save Water: The United Nations has recently improved the fundamental human rights, and that is the accessibility of every human being to fresh and clean drinking water. The situation of water scarcity in global indexes is so alarming, and pure drinking water is soon getting filthy and polluted everywhere. Severe water shortage is looming enormous, and the water crisis is a worldwide phenomenon. Thinking of water as an unlimited, abundant, and ever-available resource is just a myth. If we do not conserve water today, our future generations will face very tough situations and a bleak future. Educating the public about water-saving measures and precautions to conserve water is the need of the hour. The government should place stringent policies to evaluate water conservation facilities to save water.
Below we have provided ten lines on save water, written in easy and simple words for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 students.
Set 1 – 10 Lines on Save Water
Below we have provided a few lines on save water, suitable for classes 1 to 5.
- Water is as necessary as air for living organisms to survive on Earth.
- The availability of clean drinking water is a scarcity today, so we need to save more water.
- Water is used for all kinds of domestic, agricultural and industrial purposes, and the requirement of water is growing day by day.
- With water sources drying up, we are facing many crises like global warming and greenhouse effects.
- Many pockets of the world do not have access to potable water due to the high concentration of saline content, which is unfit for drinking.
- Groundwater resources have almost dried up at places where there is hardly any rainfall seen during the monsoon season.
- The ever increasing population is also causing water scarcity everywhere, and the situation is quite alarming.
- Drought situations in many rural areas have dried up agricultural lands, and farm animals are facing a bleak future in the absence of freshwater and fodder.
- In cities, we can see taps running dry and people lining up on streets for few buckets of water that is released by officials only once in a week.
- Rapid industrialization has depleted almost all underground water sources, and the supply-demand ratio is imbalanced with limited water resources available.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on Save Water
Below we have provided a few lines about save water suitable for classes 6 to 8.
- An interesting fact about our solar system, it is believed only the Earth boasts of abundant water sources – both freshwater and seawater availability.
- The necessity to save water is very imminent as Earth is made up of 71% of water resources, but a tiny portion is potable and the rest, not fit for drinking.
- Water should be conserved because the availability is significantly less as against the growing demand, and the world population is rising steadily at an ever-increasing pace.
- Water distribution does not happen equally around the world; hence many people in the low lying regions suffer without water.
- Water pollution, increased use for industrialization, and rampant urbanization has depleted water sources and has brought down the quality of good drinking water.
- Water scarcity is heading at an ever-increasing rate, and as per WHO guidelines, one in five persons faces water scarcity at the source.
- Water can be conserved by replenishing, recycling and reusing available sources and streamlining them to other useful purposes.
- Human-made reservoirs in the underground belt of the surface can help save groundwater resources, and the same can be pumped out for future utilization.
- Water-saving schemes and government policies should initiate conservation practices and educate people about the need to conserve natural resources.
- All houses should be fitted with rooftop water containment systems and in-built water harvesting systems to preserve water without letting them unused to the ground.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on Save Water
- In the total percentage of water resources available on Earth, it is surprising that only 3% of it can be utilized for potable and drinking purposes.
- The general public wastes a lot of water by leaving the taps open when not necessary, by using clean, drinking water for odd utilities like washing cars, gardening, etc.
- With the escalation of dry regions, water is a scarce commodity due to high temperature, in places like Rajasthan, where people need to save the resource by walking for long distances to fetch a small bowlful of clean water.
- Water scarcity in agriculture due to untimely rains has led to low farming outputs, increasing suicide rates among farmers.
- One of the most optimal and intelligent ways to promote water conservation is by using rainwater for toilet flushing, cleaning and laundry activities.
- We can optimize water utilization by running washing machines when only in full capacities, thereby saving up to 4500 litres per household per month on an average.
- During religious festivals like Holi, we can initiate water-less celebrations and contribute to saving amounts of water which could be diverted for other useful purposes.
- We can save water suction by plants by watering them in the morning and evening instead of choosing afternoon hours when high temperatures evaporate most of the water content.
- Mahatma Gandhi is a beautiful example who showed our countrymen to use water in a limited manner as much as needed and stock it up for future years ahead.
- Deforestation, accumulation of sedimentary layers and poisoning by toxic chemicals like arsenic, lead have contaminated water and escalated the need to save our ecosystem from more damage.