Life without water- Save water #CuttingPaani- An Initiative by Livpure

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The #CuttingPaani- An initiative by Livpure which is developed based on the cutting chai culture of Mumbai. The savvy Mumbaikars have found a way to have a quick tea break when the boss is not looking. It also saves one from gulping down a cupful of liquid when all that they needed was a few sips to refresh the senses. The #CuttingPaani campaign implements the Mumbaiya concept for saving drinking water.

No one can understand the importance of water better than me. You must be thinking why am the most suitable one for it?? Yaar is living in Ghaziabad, UP. Though our National River Ganga and her parts are few KMs from our area but still we suffer the scarcity of water which becomes severe during Summers.

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Last years, we had the long power cut for approx 28 hours due to the technical glitch in area transformers. Though it is very normal routine in Ghaziabad, but last year it becomes gross as there was no water for more than 24 hours.

All the existing source of water in our home were dried up. Amit bought the Bisleri water can for drinking purpose. For other tasks, we got only 4 buckets of water to utilize them for a complete day. That day, we realize how difficult life is without water. From washing to cooking, water is our foremost necessary.
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Imaging life without water is not possible for anyone of us. Two third of human body is made up of water. Even the first and foremost fitness mantra is drinking 12 glass of water every day. Not only human being but plants and animals are too dependant on water for their life.

Though two third of earth is consist of water only but still there is the shortage of drinking water. Tareassons for this shortage are as:

  1. Unawareness: Did you know running the tap while brushing teeth can waste 4 gallons of water. Many people in the world exist on 3 gallons of water per day or less. And most people are using that amount of water in one flush only. Its the lack of knowledge among people which is causing this scarcity of water.

  2. Population: India’s population is growing at a very rapid speed which means fewer resources per human being. Obviously, everyone needs water for their living but hardly people try to conserve it.

  3. Industrialization: Industrialization has caused the shortage of water. The industrial waste which is being dumped into clean water eventually pollute it and cause unsafe for further use.

  4. Domestic Use: You believe it or not but through our daily habits, we make the water polluted. Many times, we leave the dinner table or a restaurant, leaving behind half-empty glasses or bottles of water. This water is eventually dumped either in the kitchen sink or the dishwashers of the restaurant. Since it is clean drinking water we are talking about, we end up polluting it regardless of our intention.

Now the high time has come when we should think of conserving water. It is not about a person or a household, it’s about everyone. We are heading towards a time when we would have been exhausted with most of the available drinking water. And the condition of draught will prevail in most of the states. Therefore we should pledge to save water by adopting #CuttingPaani

The #CuttingPaani- An initiative by Livpure which is developed based on the cutting chai culture of Mumbai. The savvy Mumbaikars have found a way to have a quick tea break when the boss is not looking. It also saves one from gulping down a cupful of liquid when all that they needed was a few sips to refresh the senses. The #CuttingPaani campaign implements the Mumbaiya concept for saving drinking water.

Ways to use the #CuttingPaani:

Drink it
Well, water has many benefits and staying hydrated keeps you active and productive. So, when you are drinking a glass full of water, drink it all. Water provides calorie free nutrition so there are no side-effects to having a few extra sips.

Use it to fill a portable container
Yoof always carry the leftover water in a portable container such as a water bottle or flask to drink it later. In recent years, office goers have become more aware about daily water intake and are seen carrying water bottles. You can do the same and save the clean drinking water from spoiling.

Water the plants
You can simply pour the leftover water from your glasses into pots and planters. This is one of the most effective ways of recycling the water as it is being given back to the nature for growth.

Fill up the pet’s bowl
Leftover water can also be used to fill up your pet’s water bowl. Also, if you have a water bowl kept in the open for birds, you can use the leftover water to fill it up.

Use it for cleaning
The leftover water from a single glass might not be much but if you have a party or function at home, you will be surprised at the amount of leftover glass water that gets wasted. Taking cue from the Gloria Restaurant in Mumbai, this water can be used for cleaning floors. Simply add a good disinfectant and use the water to mop up your house

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