Water energy resilience efforts are on their way to add to renewable and sustainable energy across the world. With the falling level of water available in the United States, there is much to be said for the movement away from simple wastewater processing to the use of water in the compost processes and other systems that are able to add to renewable and sustainable energy.
Without enough available clean water, there is also limitation put on the energy that we have available. Consider the dry environment of the western United States that has led to the added outrage of the California Wildfires. Much more energy is then needed to aid in stopping those fires, with the question on what sort of energy is most helpful. With water needed to put the fires out, what sort of energy is used to power up the resources bringing our firemen and other security teams to the scene.
One important thing is to manage water as well as energy, property and other goals. With much current reliance on fossil fuels, there is much to be said for the goals we are able to develop in order for improvement of the earth over the future. Innovation of technology and production in relation to the solar and other renewable energy industries has the ability to take us so far. There is much to be had from the potential for the water we have used to do more than sit in a sewer or septic tank and be transferred to a compost system that is able to produce independent energy for a single home or building.
This leaves the potential for clean energy. While we may still have the long-term question of the reduction of water levels across the world, there will be much more improvement on the amount of water that is wasted on a daily basis. With each person inside a home using approximately 80 gallons of water a day, there is much to be said for the water that is flushed and drained down the pipes to actually be sent to a sustainable energy processing system.