Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip.
That sound is water flowing down a drain. Eventually into a series of pipes getting larger and larger as they flow through houses, buildings and neighborhoods. Eventually these pipes connect to a sewer main line and there after a wastewater treatment plant.
Water simply sent back into its origin to be cleaned and treated using vast amounts of energy and power simply because a tap was left on. This unfortunately ends up totaling to the two-trillion gallons of clean drinking water lost every year. To understand how fortunate we are to receive this clean drinking water in our homes we must reassess the way we use water and the way in which we have supplied ourselves with it.