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  1. 1. COURSE :M.SC.AGRICULTURE TOPIC : WATERCONSERVATION SESSION :2021-22 DEAN :DR.J.P.MISHRA PRESENTED BY:-TANANJAY RICHHARIYA HOD:MR.NEERAJ KUMARGUPTA ENROLL.NO.-LNCBMSCAG023 ADVISOR: DR.AJAYSINGH BRANCH -AGRONOMY LNCTUNIVERSITYBHOPAL
  2. 2. What is water conservation? • Water conservation includes all the policies, strategies and activities to sustainably manage the natural resource of fresh water, to protect the hydrosphere, and to meet the current and future human demand.
  3. 3. STRATEGIES • The key activities to conserve water are as follows: • Any beneficial reduction in water loss, use and waste of resources. • Avoiding any damage to water quality. • Improving water management practices that reduce the use or enhance the beneficial use of water.
  4. 4. RAIN WATER HARVESTING • Digging ponds, lakes, canals, expanding the water reservoir, and installing rain water catching ducts and filtration systems on homes are different methods of harvesting rain water. The water is collected and then later used for household and other purposes
  5. 5. PROTECTING GROUNDWATER • When precipitation occurs, some infiltrates the soil and goes underground. Water in this saturation zone is called groundwater. Contamination of groundwater causes the groundwater water supply to not be able to be used as a resource of fresh drinking water and the natural regeneration of contaminated groundwater can take years to replenish.
  6. 6. Household applications Water-saving technology for the home includes: • Low-flow shower heads. • Low-flush toilets, composting toilets and incinerating toilets. • Wastewater reuse or recycling systems. • Rainwater harvesting. • High-efficiency clothes washers. • Garden hose nozzles that shut off the water when it is not being used. • Low flow taps in wash basins
  7. 7. Commercial applications Water-saving technology for businesses includes: • Waterless urinals, Waterless car washes. • Pressurized water brooms, which can be used instead of a hose to clean sidewalks. • Cooling tower conductivity controllers. • Rain water harvesting. • Water-saving steam sterilizers, for use in hospitals and health care facilities.
  8. 8. Agricultural applications • Water is a very important part in irrigation. Plants always take a lot of ground water thus ground water should be replenished. For crop irrigation, optimal water efficiency means minimizing losses due to evaporation, runoff or subsurface drainage while maximizing production.
  9. 9. Reusing water • Water shortage has become an increasingly difficult problem to manage. More than 40% of the world's population live in a region where the demand for water exceeds its supply. The imbalance between supply and demand, along with persisting issues such as climate change and population growth, has made water reuse a necessary method for conserving water.
  10. 10. Water wastage • Wasting of water (also called "water waste" in the US) is the flip side of water conservation and, in household applications, it means causing or permitting discharge of water without any practical purpose. Inefficient water use is also considered wasteful. Household leaks in the US can waste approximately 900 billion gallons (3.4 billion cubic meters) of water annually nationwide.

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