The planet Earth is about 71% water. That’s a significant amount, and considering that water is necessary for human life (we’re composed of about 73% water), it would seem that there’s plenty of it to go around. However, only about 1% of all the water around us can be used for human needs. Much of the planet’s water is undrinkable or currently frozen in ice caps. Well digging services and well drilling services are still used to provide water for many households.
But even this small percentage of usable water yields quite a bit. For instance, in the U.S., residents use nearly 100 gallons of water daily. And over the course of a year,