Of course, the environment is an important thing. In this day and age, many of us can readily accept the importance that the environment holds in so many facets of our lives – including in regards to the way things will be in future years as well. After all, the environment is critical to protect not only for our own lives, but for the lives of our children and our children’s children (and so on and so forth) as well.
One of the most critical parts of our environment that must be protected is water, for while the majority of the planet is made up of water, less than 5% of it (around 3% of it, to be just a little bit more specific) is fresh water. And and even less percentage is considered to be suitable for drinking – a scant one percent. Therefore, protecting our fresh water sources and supplies of drinkable water is a matter of utmost importance in relation to our environment here in the United States.
Unfortunately, much of our environment has become the victim of pollutio