Conserve water supplies or face severe consequences

The media spotlight on water pollution and demand for action at unprecedented levels serve as warnings to industry leaders to act now to safeguard the environment and public health

Mike Lodge
"With the media spotlight fixed on water pollution inaction is not an option" – Mike Lodge, Arvia Technology

Public consciousness about the dangers of polluted water has never been higher. From the BBC’s Blue Planet II to Sky’s Ocean Rescue, national campaigns have captured the imagination and stirred legitimate concerns about our global water reserves. At the same time, there is growing political will in the UK, and across the world, to tackle water pollution of all kinds, and the dangers it poses to the environment and public health. And what happens if clean water supplies continue to dwindle?

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