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Nearly one-third of available freshwater is stored in underground aquifers, which account for the vast majority of readily accessible fresh water.

Ground water provides an estimated: · 37% of agricultural use (mostly for irrigation) · 37% of the public water supply withdrawals · 51% of all drinking water for the total population · 99% of drinking water for the rural population · The average American uses 100 gallons of water per day. · It is also estimated that 75 percent of the water that comes into our homes goes down the drain again. Only 2.5% of the earth’s water is freshwater. Of this small amount, 68.9% is glaciers, 30.8% is ground water and lakes and rivers make up only 0.3%. From the United States Geological Survey and the Environmental Protection Agency

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