What are some ways water constraints can harm large corporations?



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    Water constriants can definitely harm corporations the most if their product uses a significant about of water.  For example, water is used to make plastic.  In fact, it takes 1.85 gallons of water to make the plastic for the average bottle of water.  It takes 400 pounds of water for the cotton in a shirt, and 1,800 gallons for the cotton in a pair of jeans.

    The website in the links lists more examples about the amount of water needed for specific products.  If there is a water constraint, no doubt those products would decrease.

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