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Water availability in Pakistan was estimated at 1,700 cubic metres per capita in 1992; by 2003, it had fallen to 1,200 cubic metres per capita. A further decline to 850 cubic metres per capita is expected by 2020, which is why Pakistan is considered to be a ‘water scarce’ country by environmental experts.
In light of this, it is important to implement water conservation methods in residential and commercial buildings, during and after the construction phase.
Here are some water saving techniques that can be employed: Continue reading