World Water Monitoring Day

World Water Monitoring Day
Join us in honoring World Water Monitoring Day - do your part and help protect our planet's water sources!
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September 18
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Get ready to celebrate World Water Monitoring Day on Sept. 18 and make a difference in the world! This special day was established in 2003 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to bring attention to the importance of water quality, conservation, and protection of our global water resources. By taking part in this celebration, you can help spread awareness about water issues around the world and contribute to making sure that everyone has access to clean and safe drinking water. So join us in celebrating World Water Monitoring Day on Sept. 18th – it's a great way to show your support for a better future!

History of World Water Monitoring Day

World Water Monitoring Day Timeline

January 2012
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).

How to Celebrate World Water Monitoring Day

<div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">1. </span>Organize a water clean up</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Find a local stream or beach that is in need of a good cleaning and organize a volunteer event to remove debris and pollutants from the water. Provide all volunteers with safety equipment, such as gloves and masks, if necessary.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">2. </span>Take a water-monitoring class</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Look for local classes offered by universities, non-profits and other organizations that can teach you about the basics of water monitoring. These classes can help you learn about best practices for monitoring water quality and help you become a better advocate for healthy water.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">3. </span>Host a water education event</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Educate yourself and your community on the importance of clean water and why it is important to monitor the health of our water resources. Invite a local expert to give a presentation, or host a panel discussion to share the latest research.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">4. </span>Write to your legislators</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Write your elected officials to express your support for legislation that protects our water resources. Tell them about your experience with World Water Monitoring Day and why it is important that we take action to protect our water resources.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">5. </span>Participate in a local water monitoring project</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Look for opportunities to get involved in a local water monitoring project in your area. This could be as simple as volunteering at a community event or helping to set up monitoring equipment at local rivers or lakes.</p></div>

Why World Water Monitoring Day is Important

<div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>A.</span>Water Monitoring Makes Water Safer  </h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>Monitoring water quality helps identify pollutants before they reach drinking supplies, so that action can be taken to reduce contamination. Regular testing also ensures that chemicals and other contaminants such as heavy metals, petroleum products, and bacteria are well within safe limits for human consumption. </p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>B.</span>It Allows Us To Track Changes in Water Quality </h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>Water monitoring enables us to measure changes in water quality over time. This can help identify emerging pollution sources and provide important data on the effects of changing environmental conditions such as warmer temperatures or increased precipitation. </p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>C.</span>It Increases Public Awareness </h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>World Water Monitoring Day serves to raise public awareness about the importance of clean, safe water resources. By encouraging individuals and communities to take part in testing and reporting their results, we are ensuring that everyone is better informed about the health of our most valuable resource - water!</p></div>



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World Water Monitoring Day FAQs

When is World Water Monitoring Day?

World Water Monitoring Day is celebrated on September 18 every year. In 2023 World Water Monitoring Day will occur on a Monday.

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