The water is used all day by all people. The water is vital to the agriculture, industry, and household affairs. Increase in population brings about the consumption of water in agriculture significantly. In 1990, about70% of total consumption of water belonged in the agriculture; while 21% of that was consumed in the industry, and the rest of it was consumed in urban water and other usages. The percentage of water consumption is variable from country to country in each section. In Egypt, 98% annual consumption of water has to do with the agriculture on average; on the other hand, in Malt 100% of annual consumption of water has to do with the general consumption, and no water is used in the agriculture. Finland has the most water consumption in the industry; it uses 85% of its water sources in the industry.