explain how supplies of water can be increased sustainably
Various practices of sustainable groundwater supply include changing rates or spatial patterns of ground-water pumpage, increasing recharge to the ground-water system, decreasing discharge from the groundwater system, and changing the volume of groundwater in storage at different time scales.
A sustainable water supply does not damage the natural environment, involves and benefits the local community, supports the local economy and can be applied to both HICs, NEEs and LICs. Water conservation, groundwater management, recycling and 'grey water' are all sustainable that can be adopted
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