World Water Day, to educate the importance of water

Today is an important date: 22 March is the World Water Day. Saving, valuing water and recycling to preserve this resource is a key issue for all of us.  ICE Water Management joins the movement.

World Water Day, at the initiative of the United Nations:

Since 1993, every 22 March, is the occasion to celebrate the WWD at the initiative of the United Nations. The aim is to raise awareness of the situation of the 2.2 billion people who do not have access to clean water.

One of the main objectives of World Water Day is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6): clean water and sanitation for all by 2030.

This year, the theme of the campaign is water valuation. It is a global exchange on social networks about the importance of water for all its uses.

From the #Water2Me posts on social networks, a selection of comments will be compiled on what water means to people around the world and will be available on from 22 March 2021.

In the industry sector, threats such as water scarcity, flooding and climate change can increase costs and disrupt supply chains. Poor water management by companies can damage ecosystems, harm their reputation and impact on sales.

In industry, water is valued according to the volume used, costs of treatment and disposal of wastewater. More and more companies are adopting integrated water resources management planning methods to improve their sustainability.

More information about this day on and

#WorldWaterDay #WorldWaterDay2021 #WaterForAll #Water2me

You can also read our last article “improving water quality“.

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