With global water requirements increasing to 40% by 2030, now is the time to commit to ensuring the availability and sustainable management of water, according to Frost & Sullivan. Mounting environmental awareness and water stress challenges have pushed many to seek viable, energy-efficient and cost-effective solutions to address the growing issue of water security. On World Water Day 2018 Frost & Sullivan explores this year’s theme, “Nature for Water,” by acknowledging the influence and inspiration natural filtration and treatment processes lend to water technologies.
“Global water networks are established to deliver consistent and reliable water services, but unfortunately the world and its water resources are seeing increasing instability,” said Seth Cutler, Environment and Water Senior Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “As a result, water technologies and solutions need to take further inspiration from nature in how it deals with instability in resources, distribution, and quality.”
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