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In the earth 97.5 % approx. slated water and only 2.5% approx. fresh water for mostly human used. Over the past 10 years, the costs of water and wastewater services have risen at a rate well above the consumer price index. Office building managers can expect these and other utility costs to continue to increase in order to offset the costs of replacing aging water supply systems. The business benefits of implementing water-efficiency measures in and around office buildings can include reducing operating costs, as well as meeting sustainability goals. In addition to water savings, facilities will see a decrease in energy costs because of the significant amount of energy associated with heating water. Energy saved from reducing the amount of water supplied will not only save money, but reduce the building’s carbon footprint as well. Many commercial building managers are subject to sustainability goals, which can be met by decreasing water and energy use. Likewise, water-efficient practices can assist with achieving green certifications and demonstrating leadership in environmental management. Because bathroom plumbing fixtures account for a significant portion of water use in office buildings, it is smart to assess the age and functionality of existing fixtures.
Water uses details as per norms.
As per Government of India vision
As per WHO recommendation
55 lts/person/day (bathing, washing, cleaning & drinking)
as India Industrial Water consumption norm
45 lts/person/day Includes drinking, bathing & toilet flush.
In water conservation always use 3R practice.