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Write a report assessing the feasibility of different techniques for providing fresh water to arid regions of the world.
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Report Assessing The Feasibility Of Different Techniques Of Providing Fresh Water To Arid Regions
Length: 4 pages (1100 Words)
Provision of fresh water in the arid areas has been a matter of concern for many states. In most arid and semi-arid areas, there is high demand and less supply of fresh water which can expose the people living in the areas to hazardous situation due to consumption of impure water. Many developed and developing states have managed to supply fresh water in most of the arid areas. Other states have not been able to offer full supply of fresh water in such areas. However, there are still controversies on the most convenient technique to maintain consistent supply of the fresh water. There are several techniques that can be utilized in such cases; however, there is the most convenient way depending on various factors. For instance, the geographical positioning of the arid region can affect the type of technique used for the supply. This report aims at assessing the convenience of different techniques used to provide fresh water to the arid areas.
The feasibility of different techniques can be measured by assessing the cost of achieving the technique, ease of use of the particular technique, the quantity of water that the method can deliver, and the water quality expected. In terms of cost, a technique might be the cheapest to implement but on the other hand, the quality or quantity of the water supplied might not be sufficient Anderson, DeRemer & Hall (1977). There are also water supply projects that consume a lot of funds when they are being put up, however, you might find that the cost of running the plant in much less than other techniques. Water quality also matters a lot because, there might be a good supply of water, but the quality might not be quite good which might lead people into seeking other sources to supply fresh water for domestic use Stockholm Environment Institute & United Nations Environment Programme (2009).