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Why we need a water management system?

Why we need a water management system?

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The United Nations World Water Development Report 2023 warns the world of a worldwide water crisis very near in our future

The world is battling water scarcity: Are we aware yet!

The United Nations World Water Development Report 2023 warns the world of a worldwide water crisis very near in our future. It further highlights that water scarcity already affects between two and three billion people globally. These shortages will intensify in the next decade, particularly in cities. This raises the vitality of the urgent need to build robust smart solutions at an international level to prevent the global water crisis from spiralling out of control. 

However, while governments across the globe work hand in hand to mitigate this burning issue, it is our responsibility as citizens to do our bit for people battling the water crisis right now and for generations to come. After all, water is our collective future, and we must work together to distribute it equitably and manage it responsibly.

Why is saving water more important than ever?

Water, which used to be a plentiful natural resource, is becoming a more precious commodity on the verge of scarcity due to droughts and abuse. There is no doubt that someday water might become as expensive as mineral oil is in the twenty-first century. It is not unexpected that humans have already exploited nature to such a degree that there will inevitably be a "water crisis" in the world in the coming years.

This is further made clear by the UNESCO statistics, which claim that over 785 million people worldwide do not have access to safe drinking water. In fact, every day, over 800 children die from diarrhoea caused by poor water, sanitation, and hygiene, as well as scarce or unreliable water and sanitation infrastructure in many communities worldwide. Adding to this urgency, water scarcity is likely to affect an estimated 1.8 billion people by 2025, with two-thirds of the world's population living in water-stressed areas.

If you are fortunate enough to live in a region where there are no recurrent droughts or inadequate water delivery systems, it is easy to forget how valuable water is. Following that, it's easy to overlook how much water you waste doing routine things like overfilling your water tanks, leaving taps running even when not in use, or not leveraging technology to manage the water system in your household, office, or community.

However, as populations grow and climates change, water and water supply levels are becoming increasingly scarce, which means that we must all do our share to save water wherever possible. We already know for a fact that every Indian household wastes up to 45 litres of water per day. And the important thing to remember here is that this wastage is not just of water but also of electricity, which directly amounts to a waste of your money. 

Let us look at it this way. As an example, the water filling your building's water tank serves a variety of people with varying water requirements. If you are not aware whether your water tank is entirely filled, partially filled, or empty, this is a major problem for homeowners. Now, water service tends to be both complex and expensive. So, as you run your washbasin, shower, or garden hose, that supplier is tracking your water consumption by the liters. Water meters installed at the source of your incoming water supply monitor exactly how much water you use, independent of what you use it for. If your water motor is running even when the tank is filled, the bills mount up, which affects the entire building financially. 

As a result, it makes no difference if you take a quick shower and turn off the water or if the sprinkler runs 6 hours a day - it's all the same water and waste, and you'll be charged the same. So, not only is wastewater bad for the environment, but it is also bad for your pocket.

How can we conserve water in our homes: Every effort counts.

Water management in residential complexes has become a subject of critical concern as water becomes increasingly limited. Water is mankind's most valuable commodity, yet it is utilised recklessly and wastefully in households, official settings and commercial buildings.  Citizens can contribute to easing the issue at the local level by following simple water management behaviours and smart solutions that can be implemented at home. 

Nowadays, the majority of residents of high-end apartments believe that smart water management not only ensures a constant supply of water in their living areas, but also decreases water wastage. Water management is not the sort of problem that cannot be solved on a modest scale and a smart water management system like Waltr Water Monitor is adept at not only managing your water levels in the tank but also helping both your pocket and the environment by conserving water.

For a broader perspective on water-saving initiatives, check out our guide, "ways to conserve water at home" This resource offers insights into sustainable practices for entire housing communities, complementing individual efforts

How Waltr helps in water conservation through sustainable water management 

Waltr's Smart Water Monitor is a smart device that provides real-time insights into your water usage to help you conserve water. This smart device is simple to install on your water tank or sump. It connects to your home Wi-Fi network and detects the water level in your tank in real time using an ultrasonic sensor with 2 mm precision. The data is then delivered to the user through the internet, allowing them to immediately monitor and respond to their water usage. The water monitoring device is wireless and can be controlled from anywhere using an app available for many platforms. This function enables customers to check the water level and consumption from any location and at any time. Users can even control the device with their smartphones or tablets, making it simple to use and access.

Some of the few yet highly effective benefits of the Waltr Smart Water Monitor include:

  • Tracking your water usage in real time

  • Creating water usage goals

  • Sending water conservation suggestions

  • Monitoring external water usage, such as sprinkler systems.

  • Preventing underflows

  • Avoiding overflows

  • Automating the process of replenishing water tank

One of the biggest benefits of a Waltr’s water level monitor is that it can easily identify any leaks or waste that may be occurring. For example, if you notice that the water levels are dropping rapidly, you can check for any leaks or other issues that may be causing the waste. This can help you conserve water and reduce your water bills. 

Waltr's water level sensor has the potential to be a useful tool for water management, monitoring, and conservation. It can help to maintain water efficiency, promote efficient water usage, and assure a steady supply of water. This smart device can assist you in conserving water, saving money, avoiding hassle, managing your water usage, and being more environmentally conscious.