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EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF WATER TO TECHNICAL WORKERS IN INDUSTRY FOR EFFECTIVE PRODUCTIVITIES

 

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EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF WATER TO TECHNICAL WORKERS IN INDUSTRY FOR EFFECTIVE PRODUCTIVITIES

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

1.1 Background of the study

The industries that produce metals, wood and paper products, chemicals, gasoline and oils, and those invaluable grabber utensils you use to get your ring out of the garbage disposal are major users of water. Probably every manufactured product uses water during some part of the production process. Industrial water use includes water used for such purposes as fabricating, processing, washing, diluting, cooling, or transporting a product; incorporating water into a product; or for sanitation needs within the manufacturing facility. Some industries that use large amounts of water produce such commodities as food, paper, chemicals, refined petroleum, or primary metals.

Commercial and Industrial Uses of Water

Besides being vital for human survival, water is also necessary in commerce and in industry. Commercial operations are those that generally do not manufacture a product, but provide a service, such as hospitals, restaurants, and schools. Industry usually involves manufacturing a product. In industry, water helps keep machinery needed for the making of products running smoothly and efficiently. Water can also be a vital part of the product, such as in sports drinks or soft drinks. In the United States, the total amount of fresh and salt water used every day by industry is nearly 410 billion gallons. To illustrate such a huge number, think of that amount of water in terms of weight. A gallon of water weighs a little over 8 pounds (3.6 kilograms). The daily water usage in the United States totals almost 3.5 trillion pounds (1.6 trillion kilograms), about the same as 200 million 200-pound (90.7 kilogram) people!

In the modern world, water is used as a form of art. The Trocadero fountains in Paris compliment the form of the Eiffel Tower.

In the modern world, water is used as a form of art. The Trocadero fountains in Paris compliment the form of the Eiffel Tower.

 

Commercial water use

In modern day, water is essential to people’s daily lives. Without water, restaurants could not supply meals or even clean up after the meals, cars would go unwashed, and fires could be disastrous, with no means of dousing the blaze. Green parks, recreational fields, and golf courses rely on water to keep the grass and soil moist and healthy. Roadways would become dirty and grimy in the absence of any water-based cleaning program. Offices would grind to a halt with no water available for drinking and bathrooms, and office buildings, stores, and public and private centers would also be dark places without the water necessary to generate electricity for lighting.

 

The water for these and other commercial uses comes from the surface and from underground (groundwater) sources. The extent to which a community uses a surface or a groundwater source depends on which source is more abundant in the particular area. For example, the drier central portions of the United States and Canada do not have as much surface water as the eastern and western coasts. In the prairies, wells that reach down to tap underground water sources are more common than in coastal regions such as California.

 

Some of the water that is used for commercial purposes can be reused. The water used in a car wash is one example. Another example is the water that is applied to golf courses. Surface water that is obtained from a lagoon (shallow body of water cut off from a larger body) can be suitable for keeping a golf course lush and green. Other commercial water uses, such as drinking water, demand water that is free of chemicals and harmful microorganisms.

 

Fresh and salt water is home to many living creatures that are harvested by humans. Whether for sport or as a business, fisheries are completely dependent on water.

 

Both fresh and salt waters have long supported commercial fisheries in North America. Rivers on the eastern and western portions of the United States and Canada once were the basis of a productive commercial salmon fishery. However, in the past few decades, the number of salmon that return from the ocean to their river homes has been steadily declining. One reason is over-fishing; the catching of more fish than is produced. But other factors may be playing a role. The decline in water quality is one suspected factor.

 

A century ago, the Grand Banks off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada was the world’s premier cod fishing ground. Nets would strain under the weight of untold numbers of cod, often the source of fish used in preparing fish sticks and the traditional ‘fish and chips’. However, over-fishing by local fishers and by large factory trawlers have greatly reduced the cod stocks. In the 1990s, the government of Canada ended fishing for cod off the east coast of Canada so that the numbers of cod could again increase in their natural habitat. A decade later, the numbers of cod fish had not recovered, and the cod fishery industry in the area was, at least temporarily, lost.

 

1.2 Statement of the problem

There may have been previous works in this topic. This work discusses and gives an evaluation of the impact of water to technical workers in industries for effective productivities

 

1.3 Objectives of the study

1. To understand the impact of water to technical workers in industry for effective productivities

2. To understand the impact of water to technical workers in industry for effective productivities

 

1.4 Research questions

1. What is the impact of water to technical workers in industry for effective productivities?

2. What is the relationship between the use of water and the activities of technical workers in industry for effective productivities?

 

1.5 Research hypothesis

H0: There is no relationship between the use of water and the activities of technical workers in industry for effective productivities

H1: There is a relationship between the use of water and the activities of technical workers in industry for effective productivities

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