Water is one of the most valuable resources on the Earth. About 71% of the Earth’s surface is water-covered, hence why Earth is also known as ‘Blue Planet’. The majority of fresh water is actually found underground as soil moisture and in aquifers. It will surprise you that most of the water in the Earth’s atmosphere and crust comes from saline seawater, while fresh water accounts for 1% of the total. The majority of the water on Earth is saline or salt water.


The ocean holds 97% of the Earth’s water, the remaining is fresh water found in glaciers and ice, below the ground, in rivers, lakes and in the atmosphere. Water flows endlessly between the ocean, atmosphere and land. Earth’s water is finite, which means that the amount of water in, on and above our planet does not increase or decrease, amazing right!

According to the U.S Geological Survey if all the earths water (oceans, icecaps, and glaciers, lakes, rivers, groundwater, and water in the atmosphere) was put into a sphere, then the diameter of that water ball would be about 860 miles (about 1,385 kilometers).

The fresh water resources, such as water falling from the skies and moving into streams, rivers, lakes, and groundwater, provide people with the water they need every day to live. There is more to our water supply than just surface water, there is also plenty water beneath our feet.


The water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle or the hydrological cycle, is biogeochemical cycle that describes the continuous movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth. The water cycle describes how water evaporates from the surface of the earth, rises into the atmosphere, cools and condenses into rain or snow in clouds, and falls again to the surface as precipitation.

The water falling on land collects in rivers and lakes, soil, and porous layers of rock, and much of it flows back into the oceans, where it will once more evaporate. Water is always changing states between liquid, vapor, and ice, with these processes happening in the blink of an eye and over millions of years. Truth be told the water cycle has no starting point, it’s a never ending cycle, but what we do know is that it’s essential for human life and we need to cherish it.

As a water treatment and service company we aim to provide treated and fresh water any chance we get. We understand the importance of water and how the lack of treated water is crucial to ourselves as well as our planet. Our goal is to provide access to treated water and to spread awareness on how important it is to our everyday lives.

Saving Lives One Drop At A Time.