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March 22, 2023, World Water Day, “Accelerate change” is the key

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The UN declared March 22 as World Water Day in 1993 to raise awareness of the importance of this natural resource.

The celebration commemorates the international commitment of various government agencies to address water scarcity and improve water resource management.

It emphasizes the importance of promoting universal access to drinking water and the need to improve water quality, with the aim of meeting the SDGs set for the 2030 Agenda.

This year it aims to highlight the importance of water for survival, well-being and sustainable development.

At J. Huesa Water Technology we are very familiar with this resource and we know that the entire population does not have access to drinking water.

Importance of drinking water

he fresh water It is a vital resource for human life. It provides a safe source of hydration, helps prevent disease, helps maintain general health and well-being. Access to safe and healthy water is essential to everyone’s daily life and survival.

It is important to emphasize that it must be free of contaminants for human use. This means that drinking water cannot contain any level of harmful substances such as bacteria, chemicals, heavy metals, pesticides or other contaminants.

This resource is also essential for agriculture, since it is necessary to irrigate the crops. This helps ensure sufficient food production to meet the needs of the world’s population. In addition, water is important for economic development and the well-being of the population. Drinking water is needed to produce energy, for transport, for industry and to supply water for domestic use.

2023, the year when water should be the solution

According to official UN sources, the objectives set out in SDG 6 as part of the 2030 Agenda are far from being achieved, which is why this year’s motto is “Be the change you want see you all over the world”.

Only 0.007% of all water on our planet can be taken and its distribution is concentrated in ten countries that contain half of the world’s fresh water.

In the year 2023, it is expected that significant steps will be taken to address these challenges and make water a solution for human well-being and sustainable development.

Water is a resource that affects us all, hinders the proper development of the whole society, and is a source of armed conflicts even in those regions where it is located as a very limited resource.

Only through the joint work of the different levels of the world society will it be possible to achieve the objectives set in this regard for the year 2030.
Initiatives that could be carried out include:

  • Implementation of policies and strategies to guarantee universal access to drinking water and basic sanitation, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Promote sustainable and efficient agricultural practices in water use, to reduce the pressure on water resources and increase food production.
  • Implement more efficient and sustainable water management technologies and systems, including water reuse and the use of renewable energy for its treatment and distribution.
  • To promote education and public awareness of the importance of water and the need for its sustainable management.

In short, the year 2023 could be a turning point in the way the world addresses water-related challenges. If significant measures are taken and sustainable solutions are implemented, water can be the solution to improve people’s quality of life and protect the environment.

Water is a resource that affects us all, hinders the proper development of the whole society, and is a source of armed conflicts even in those regions where it is located as a very limited resource.

To do that, the United Nations Conference on Water 2023 will take place in New York from 22 to 24 March this year. achieving SDG 6 of the 2030 Agenda.

In this Conference the main water personalities of the world will come together with the one idea of ​​laying down the foundations for the acceleration of change.

J. Huesa committed to taking care of the environment and water

J. Huesa Water Technol It is always in constant improvement in preventing environmental pollution, it directs its efforts to search for greater environmental compatibility of the applied work techniques, and to reduce the consumption of raw materials, energy and water.

J. Huesa wants to contribute to the sustainable development of the planet, especially in the world of water. Our objective is to provide added value and cover all the needs of society regarding the Integrated Water Cycle, meeting the expectations of the other parties interested in our activity: society, administration, employees, suppliers and collaborators.

The objective is J. Huesa “Generate wealth in society, be a lighthouse in the ocean of water”. We stand as a company that is very committed to sustainable development, the environment and the social environment related to its activities.

To achieve our objective, we base ourselves on the Mission, Vision and Values ​​of our company, which we are in a process of continuous investment in technical and human capital.

As a result of this process, we have made progress in managing the Integrated Water Cycle as follows:

  • Establish a R+D+i department and laboratory; We are able to test any type of technology that solves the various water problems, be it adapted to the requirements for its use as drinking water, process and residual water, complying with the current legislation in each case.
  • We are specialists in the implementation of state-of-the-art technologies that enable the reuse water, optimizing and efficiency of this resource and achieving zero discharge.
  • We have an instrumentation and control department, which, with the support of Industry 4.0 technologies, does the remote control of the water treatment plants. In this way we contribute to the reduction of water losses and losses in production due to failures in the facilities.

These are some of the advances that we are implementing as a company that is committed to the Environment and that knows that the goals set out in the Program can only be achieved with the effort of all the parties involved in using these vital resources for life. 2030.

“J. Huesa, Hit-to-drop excellence”

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