What Would a Day Without Water Be Like?

Sloan just published a new infographic on what a day without water would be like, and I wanted to bring it to your attention. It’s pretty eye-opening as to just how important water is in our everyday lives.
From the minute we wake up (brushing our teeth, showering and shaving), to household chores (doing laundry and running the dishwasher) and eating, we depend on water to supplement our everyday lives.
When you consider that power plants and hospitals can’t run without water, it makes earth’s most valuable resource even more important.
Sloan’s infographic takes a look at just how important water is for these tasks we often take for granted, and shares just how much water is required to help our society function properly. As the world leader in water-saving plumbing fixtures, Sloan works to make sure we always have access to plenty of fresh water.
More information at www.sloan.com.

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Melia’s portfolio in Mexico to increase from 7 to 14

Melia Hotels International plans to double its portfolio in Mexico to 14 hotels over the next two years. Among the new additions are the Zel Sayulita, a 145-room beachfront property opening in 2025; the 125-room ME Sayulita, which will open this year with three restaurants,

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