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In the past few years, owing to climate change, pandemic, and waterborne diseases, the water industry has become one of the top priority concerns across the globe. In today's water scarcity crisis, a source of clean water is one of the most pressing concerns. However, responsible water management has become possible with the advancement of technology and awareness.

Almost 70% of the Earth is covered in water, but ironically, only 3% is freshwater. Out of the 3% freshwater, 2.5% is unavailable, locked in glaciers and ice caps. Only 0.5% of freshwater is available to supply to 8 billion people.

While we may not experience water scarcity in our daily routine, as the population and economies grow, so will our demand for water. With this realisation, there needs to come a recognition of the problem: we must utilise water wisely.

In India, innovations and technologies are advancing rapidly through various initiatives, including the upcoming 14th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and 8th Mission innovations. These meetings will discuss the acceleration and deployment of clean energy by advancing clean energy technologies and solutions globally through the development of policies and programs.

As part of these initiatives, the water industry will develop clean energy technologies and reduce its carbon footprint. Additionally, countries across the globe are taking the initiative to improve water management, quality, and availability.

Innovations are advancing the water industry by adopting new technologies, including desalination, wastewater processing, and water-saving technologies. In order to provide drinkable recycled water to the ever-growing population, advanced filtration and innovative minerals are essential.

With water pollution and scarcity, wastewater is treated and purified by wastewater treatment plants through a combination of physical, chemical, and biological processes. The first step toward making the water drinkable is desalination by removing salt and other minerals. However, advanced filters and minerals added to the desalinated water makes it drinkable.

To ensure we have safe drinking water, especially in today's water scarcity crisis. Innovations and advancing water technology are needed more than ever. Increasing populations, scarcity of freshwater, and widespread waterborne diseases have led to more people drinking bottled water, which is processed, purified, and safe for consumption. This highlights the importance of water purification, filtration and how the water industry is advancing through the adoption of new technologies.

Ensuring that packaged water is safe to drink, Clear Premium Water, One of India’s leading bottled water companies, adheres to international safety standards and oversees the process down to the very last detail to maintain purity.

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