All this consumption of water comes to a high cost, sometimes paying hundreds of dollars per month. Even though, water makes up about seventy percent of the earth’s surface, only a small percentage of that water is attainable for usage.
Reducing the amount of water used will help you economically as well as benefiting you and your family in the future. As we can see, the world’s population is growing at a fast rate.
Carbon dioxide, released from cells after respiration, dissolves in plasma and is transported out the body by diffusion.
In plants, water helps transport nutrients into their bodies.
That is the reason why we need to conserve our water, in this case the Rio Grande water; it may be helpful for our future and might be used for other purposes.
Another small changes such as not leaving the faucet running while brushing your teeth, or checking for leaks more often can make a big difference.
Besides acting as a reactant, water also provides an important environment for chemical reactions to take place.
Take respiration process as an example, in which glucose is metabolized, it has to first dissolve in water because all enzyme reactions have to be carried out in solution.
Every human being uses hundreds of gallons of water per day.
This makes a state’s population use millions of gallons of water a day.