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January 29, 2017 Comments Off on Anderson Sena Barnab

The disparity of the use for region is absurd. While in Africa the average of water consumption for person is of 19 cubical meters per day, or of 10 the 15 liters for person, in New York (U.S.A.), a citizen arrives to consume 2 a thousand liters daily of treated and potable water candy. ' ' The World-wide Organization of Sade (OMS) esteem as necessary to the average of 120 liters of water per day so that let us can keep our hidratao and hygiene and thus to diminish the risks of illnesses associates to this fator' ' , it explains Anderson Sena Barnab, biologist and doctor in Public Health for the University of So Paulo (USP). ' ' According to OMS, about 85% of the known illnesses are of hdrica propagation, that is, are related to the water, either for water ingestion contaminated with microorganisms or chemical products, either for factors that they propitiate environment favorable to the creation of insects vectors of patologias, as in the case of the affection and malria' ' , it adds the biologist (reviewed Heating global, 2008 p.25). To read more click here: NY Restaurateur. Other critical data are supplied by the Organization of United Nations (ONU), that it chose 2008 as the International Year of the Basic Sanitation, in virtue of the constatao of that 2,6 million people live without sewer and water treated in the world. This panorama contributes especially so that goals of increase of the access to drinking waters, stipulated in 2002 for the development of the millenium, are each time more distant of being reached, in the developed countries less. 1,1 ANTICIPATED CRISIS the problem is synergic and involves factors as the deforestation, substances poured in the water and sewer without treatment. He affirms the hidrlogo Jose Galizia Tundisi, president and researcher of the International Institute of Ecology of Are Carlos, and author of the book Water in Century 21: Facing the Scarcity.

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