Prevention from Waterborne Diseases
Water supplies in India continue to be inadequate due to rapidly increasing population. Installing a water purifier in your house will protect you and your family from all waterborne diseases.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Prevention from Waterborne Diseases
Water touches every aspect of life
Drinking water supply in India continue to be
inadequate, despite longstanding efforts by the
various levels of government and communities at
The World Health Organization estimates that 97 million
Indians lack access to safe water today, second only to
The World Bank estimates that 21% of communicable
diseases in India are related to unsafe water.
Reason for water scarcity
• Changing climate
• Rising demands of increasing population
• Over extraction of easily available surface and
ground water sources
• Increasing human impact on the environment
and contamination of available water sources
Some important facts
Groundwater is contaminated and depleting day by day
Advanced water treatment technologies are only available to
highly developed urban cities
All the run-off storm water is discharging as sewage
Storm water management was never considered as a serious
issue until 2000
21% of communicable diseases are water related
Diarrhea alone causes more than 1600 deaths daily
What steps should be taken to access safe drinking water?
Efficient water management techniques (Conservation,
reuse and recycle)
Improved water treatment technologies and access to safe
All the these changes will take years for the safe water to
Installing a water purifiers can give you access to
safe drinking water before its too late
The best water purifier in India comes with RO
As Kent is world’s first and only patented Mineral RO
technology to offer double purification with
RO+UV+UF+TDS control and 0% water wastage.
Hence, this makes Kent a top water purifier in India.