Best Answer

yes they do play a role with your water. they see that nobody pollutes them by setting up

guards and rules. which helps you be healthy using clean water.

User Avatar

Wiki User

14y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Does the government have anything to do with your water?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

What d the Australian government do to help homelessness?

they do barely anything, they spend their money on their finacial things for themselves

Can a president do anything he or she wants in the government?


Does money have anything to do with government?

yes it does

When was Anything But Water created?

Anything But Water was created on 2010-05-19.

What are the proves that the Canadian government is not protecting the water?

i have no idea because i have been searching for an hour and i couldn't fined anything so yeah that's it i give up... :(

Does government have anything to do with the white smoke planes leave behind?

Their are people that believe that the contrails left by aircraft are some government conspiracy but this is not the case. They are simply water vapor trails. They are triggered by the water vapor in the exhaust of aircraft engines or changes in air pressure over the wings surface.

What is the definition of ulimited gverment?

a government that can do anything

Did The Louisiana Purchase have anything to do with the articles of government?

No it did not

Why does water evaporate faster than anything?

Water is not evaporated faster than anything.

How is the S.A government helping to stop acid rain?

They are not doing anything... They are not doing anything...

Why do you have to take government in high school is you do not major in anything related to it?

to be knowledgeable about how the government works

What does density have to with the ability to float?

Using water is an example, anything that is less dense than water will float on water. Anything that is denser than water will sink in water.