Water

Industry Is World’s Largest Consumer Of Water

January 17, 2011

How much water does your business use?  Reading over a study published on the huge amount of water that is consumed on a regular basis by industry, I got to thinking about the significance of water conservation among industrial businesses.  Check out this study review:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100331122646.htm

The study found that industrial water consumption for the production of consumer products is sky high with figures such as “almost 270 gallons of water to produce $1 worth of sugar; 200 gallons of water to make $1 worth of dog and cat food; and 140 gallons of water to make $1 worth of milk”.  Given the uncertainty that many regions face with regards to water shortage, industry has a responsibility to cut back and conserve this precious resource as much as we can.

Products like ours here at Sidel Systems are able to help your business succeed in becoming a more conservation minded company by creating “free water” and preserving existing water supplies for future generations and communities that depend on it now.  It’s our pleasure to work with industry in creating a sustainable future for business and the planet.

Want to find out more about how we can help you conserve water and save money at the same time?  Call me at 805-462-1250 today! – Sid

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