Water crisis is becoming increasingly severe
Global waters suffer from crisis. In some areas, there was a long period of drought and no rain, while in other areas there were frequent floods, resulting in the lack of clean drinking water resources in many areas. With the increasing demand for water resources, the constant impact of climate change and the lack of efficient water supply facilities, these issues are becoming increasingly severe. In many areas where the water crisis is rampant, integrated systems such as pipelines, treatment plants and sewage systems needed to transport, treat and discharge water are either in poor condition or not at all.
With the continuous depletion of water resources and natural water infrastructure, finding practical solutions becomes more and more important. In this way, copper will have its place. Copper is a durable, reliable and stable metal, especially suitable for laying water pipes. Its good impermeability prevents contaminants such as oil, pesticides and fertilizers from entering the water system. Unlike lead, copper also has anti-corrosion capabilities and is also a nutrient necessary for human growth and development.