The summer that is drawing to a close brings with it the confirmation of an alarming emergency, the temperatures are rising and rainfall is very low.
A trend that had already characterised the first half of the year and which showed signs of worsening during the months of June, July and August, making record a significant negative deviation from the seasonal average of precipitation.
The extreme drought has caused enormous problems both from the point of view of?water supply both of the?environmentThe regions declared to be at risk of water rationing were many, from North to South, and almost everywhere there was a significant reduction in the flow rate of our country's rivers. One case in point, the Po River:
Against an average of 1,500 cubic metres per second in June, a minimum of 161 cubic metres per second was recorded?
(Via Climate Icon from Source: Po River District Basin Authority)
The consequences of extreme drought affect us closely because they make it increasingly difficult to?water supply for all human activities and call us to a increasingly responsible use of this resourcetrying as much as possible to avoid unnecessary waste.
Learning to live more sustainably becomes all the more necessary and the commitment to sustainability must also invest the production sectors with goodone resource management and raw material valorisation practices.
It all starts at home, which is why for us the kitchen must become a primary place of sustainability, respect for the environment and the health of persone.
Plados Telma invests in research and development aimed at the designone and manufactureone of products with the most low environmental footprint possible, from the selection of the raw material to the use and recycling of the product at the end of its life cycle.
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