1. The cost of water will continue to go up throughout the
2. More local communities will pass legislation requiring the installation of water-conserving products that surpass current federal requirements.
3. More government rebate programs for selecting water-conserving fixtures and products will be initiated.
4. The connection between energy use and water will become clearer and facilitate additional emphasis on water conservation. (The less water pumped the more energy saved).
5. Worldwide, the cost of water will go up with people in developing countries paying the most. The cost of water in
6. Four in 10 people in the world are affected by water shortages; this will grow to five or six in 10 people, impacting millions.
7. The number of people without access to potable (drinkable) water will approach 1.5 billion in 2010.
8. “Point-of-use” water treatment programs will spread in developing countries. These systems allow people to safely treat untreated water for household and business use.
10. New water-conserving technologies will be introduced and more people and businesses will take conscious steps to conserve water.
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