Infographic Provides Glimpse into Water Usage across US States
To help provide insight into different applications of precious water resources, an infographic on the topic helps isolate summary information across different regions and categories of use.
Water treatment rightly continues to be a critical environmental topic. As a variety of detrimental agriculture and business operations pollute valuable and scarce supplies of this resource, and climate conditions make use of this resource more costly, monitoring and adjusting to supplies and demand is an important task. Team Gemini and its team members continue to develop working solutions to address the need to treat and recycle wastewater and more.
Water supports our capacity to maintain healthy communities, prosperous businesses, food supplies, and more. With variability in water supplies being a reality of climate change, and water quality fluctuating between locations, supporting technologies and policies play a role in maintaining stability of supply and quality. Among the advantages of using more advanced sustainability and water treatment options is that water supplies can be used more resourcefully—this fulfils strict regulations without sacrificing economic and environmental performance!
Water consumption, quality, and water supply have been hot button issues in the public eye over the past few years with major news stories such as the drought in California and the Flint water crisis. With these ongoing disasters, the availability and frivolous use of water has been under close watch. This data visualization presents a breakdown of water usage and withdrawals by state and most population county per state in the categories of domestic per capita use, industrial, irrigation, livestock, aquaculture and thermoelectric.
Which States Use the Most Water? – An infographic by HomeAdvisor
With partners like A3-USA, Inc. and others, Team Gemini provides innovative, modular water and wastewater treatment technologies that are among the most efficient on the market, and help resolve issues related to various environmental factors. From Membrane Bioreactors to Ultrafiltration and Reverse Osmosis systems, these components are able to retain suspended matter, bacteria, and viruses (pathogens), and can even remove carbon, phosphorous, nitrogen, certain toxins, and bio-accumulative micro-contaminants.
Featuring smaller footprints and lower maintenance requirements than traditional [municipal] wastewater treatment plants, Team Gemini and its team members offer ways to tackle pollution and water conservation effectively. And with technologies for bio refineries, a comprehensive set of options is available to support new environmental protection measures while at the same time increasing resources for existing communities and industries.
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