Not A Drop To Drink: The American Water Crisis [INFOGRAPHIC]


Almost a year ago, we had talked about how we are potentially on the path to global Peak Water. Today’s infographic elaborates more on the problem on a national basis in the United States.

Right now, the average American consumes about 100 gallons of water per day both directly and indirectly. This is a problem of conservation and efficiency as much as it is supply, as the aging water infrastructure had its last upgrade during the Reagan era.

H/T Visual Capitalist

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Not A Drop To Drink: The American Water Crisis

America's Water Crisis Infographic

Infographic source: : Last Call at the Oasis