The water crisis is a bigger threat than war, natural disasters and terrorism, and in the face of climate change and a growing world population, this problem is set to become even worse in the coming years and decades.
Lancashire, UK (PRWEB UK) 8 May 2015
24|7 Home Rescue (https://www.247homerescue.co.uk), a boiler, appliance and home emergency cover provider, is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Water Fall charity.
Water Fall aims to deal with the international water crisis by building support structures such as pumps, wells and water filtration systems where they are needed the most.
Commenting, Hassan Khonat, 24|7 Home Rescue Operations Director, said:
"One billion people will wake up this morning to face another day without enough clean water to drink, let alone for proper sanitation.
"The water crisis is a bigger threat than war, natural disasters and terrorism, and in the face of climate change and a growing world population, this problem is set to become even worse in the coming years and decades.
"The ongoing droughts in California show that the water crisis is no longer isolated to the developing world, and without urgent action, the crisis could soon reach the shores of the UK.
"If mankind is going to deal with this problem, it needs to redouble its efforts to bring clean water to needy communities. We hope our support of Water Fall helps the world to see a future where everyone has access to clean water for drinking and sanitation."
Water Fall is based in Leicester. It donates 100% of all donations to water projects and is currently involved in the building of an orphanage for needy children in Tanzania.
About the company:
24|7 Home Rescue is based in Lancashire and operates in every district of the UK. It has a network of over 3,000 Gas Safe engineers, as well as thousands of plumbers, electricians and other specialist tradespeople, enabling it to respond to emergency claims within a couple of hours, no matter what part of the UK they originate from.
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24|7 Home Rescue can be reached at email@example.com, or by calling 01254 355535. Enquiries should be directed to Kevin Burke.