How much do we value water? We need it to survive but there's no denying that we take for granted the amount we can use at anytime when so many people don't have that luxury. I believe everyone should have access to clean water and sanitation. But I also believe accomplishing this will require powerful steps to change the way we currently consume water. Growing up we've been learning about the Water Cycle since elementary school and how water is continuously recycled in nature (in oversimplified steps: evaporation, condensation, precipitation and repeat). What I envision is a future where water recycling can be applied to industries. I propose working toward a future where industries reliant on high water usage set up these filtration systems in their factories. From Brave Blue World Documentary, we can see multitudes of innovations have been created around the world to reduce water consumption. We understand the problem and we've developed the technologies to solve it. The problem is that there's financial barriers preventing implementation of these ideas at even greater scales. We have to pressure local utilities to adopt these long-term solutions and accelerate this process. To do this I propose we should start a movement and put pressure on them to strive for sustainable approaches to their water usage.