Why water planning?
For years, the world's attention has been focused on bottled water supply, and Iran is far behind in changing its approach and consumption pattern. The per capita consumption of bottled water in the Persian Gulf is above 100 liters, in neighboring countries 130 liters, Europe is more than 100 liters, and in Iran it is 15-20 liters, indicating that in many parts of the world it has come to the conclusion that so much capital And energy should not be brought to the people's home through plumbing, as is happening in Iran.
In Iran, large amounts of water are used for disinfection to bring water to the population for water supply and consumption, but people produce 250 liters of wastewater and only 1.5 to 2 liters of water is consumed, which is a matter of economics and energy. It has a lot of negative effects, so in the not too distant future a serious approach will change.
Currently, urban water networks in metropolitan areas such as Tehran are more than 40 to 50 years old, and maintaining the quality of drinking water in the urban network is very difficult and almost impossible.
Maintaining quality and monitoring water quality is a daunting task, and world experience has shown that bottled water can work in a crisis, such as an earthquake, war and the need for potable water.