Jobs of individuals in a fresh water bottling agency:
- Communicators: Their job is to engage the community and employees to support corporate programs and projects while strengthening and improving the company's image which helps maintain water bottling because if they have an image then they will maintain the water bottling.
- Maintenance and Operations workers: Their job is to maintain and operate assets such as pipelines, pump stations and water supply tanks, also construct small assets like water and sewer mains, this helps maintain water bottling because water comes from pipelines and these assets so it is a part of water bottling.
- Rangers: Their job is to protecting and maintaining the collection of water and maintaining the dams.
- Scientists and Process Specialists: They are environmental, hydro-geological and chemical scientists who work to protect and make sure that the characteristic of the water sources and water. Also if there is problems in the water they try to find solutions to the problem.
- Treatment Plant operators: Their job is to operate the water and sewerage treatment plants and processes. This helps maintain water bottling because we need operators to operate the water treatment.
Affects of fresh water bottling:
Good (doesn't affect):
Fresh water doesn't affect our economy because without fresh water neither small businesses nor major global industries can function without water. One impact if we didn't have fresh water would be that nothing in the world would be able to function. Another affect is that wherever there is no freshwater their is no economic growth. Also, in some parts of America because of no fresh water there is poor maintenance of aging infrastructure.
Bad (does affect):
Bottled water is bad because of water mining, because they take groundwater, bottle it, and send it to stores, companies and other places, which means bottled water isn't fresh sometimes. The sustainability of the world's freshwater resource is an urgent global issue, but not for Canadians. The quality and availability of fresh water are declining in some parts of the country, while others face shortages. Managing Canada's fresh water is a complex issue. Over one billion people lack access to clean, safe, affordable drinking water. It is expected that by 2025, two-thirds of the world's population will have a lack of access to clean water. It is also predicted that wars that will happen in the future will be fought over fresh water. Another affect of fresh water bottling is that each year about four billion pounds of plastic bottles end up in landfills and as litter on the ground. Furthermore, it can impact extraction because some bottlers take water from big volumes from places like springs and nestle, that can dry up wells, and also drain rivers. In addition, dangerous toxins from some plastic water bottles can get into the water you will drink. The plastic bottles we throw in the garbage go to landfills which then causes pollution and affects our economy. There is an increasing concern for the maintenance of fresh water biodiversity and the goods and services it provides. Also, we need to stop the Nestle Corporation from bottling fresh water in Canada. We need to stop because Nestle doesn't always have access to clean water which means that sometimes this corporation uses dirty water, that can affect peoples' health in many ways.