Mexico faces widespread water issues like much of the rest of the world. The country gets most of it’s water from aquifiers through springs or wells, making rain a very important factor. During dry seasons, water can become a scarce commodity. For example, last April, Mexico City and other parts of the country faced a drought that left millions without water – at one point, 5 million people in the capital city were without a drop. People couldn’t drink, bath, cook, wash, or even flush toilets. Water shortages are becoming much more of a major problem as cities continue to grow.
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