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  • one year ago

should water be classified as a renewable or nonrenewable resource?

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  1. anonymous
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    I think Renewable because you can filter it and reuse it

  2. anonymous
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    Water is technically considered a renewable resource because it can be used over and over again and it has a rain cycle. However, it is only in the short-term that water can be thought of as a renewable resource and the sustainability of this renewable resource is questionable.

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    i would say it is renewable

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