Ethiopian River Basin Development High Council has endorsed a draft national water use tax draft guideline today. The tax will be paid from 2 to 3 percent of the all-out benefit of the parts which will be utilized for contamination insurance ways. Industry, fishery, water system, hydropower, water administrations are among the divisions expected to pay the tax. As needs are, divisions, for example, cut blossom organizations that may hurt the earth will pay more than different fields to even out the mischief they cause. Delegate Prime Minister and Chairperson of the Council, Demeke Mekonnen said on the event the principle motivation behind the tax is to make individuals use water all the more productively and show the incentive as to ensure the asset. The executive encouraged all local administrates to secure the bowls in their separate districts and activate the network to work for the improvement of the water bodies. Water, Irrigation, and Energy Minister Sileshi Bekele and Deputy Chairperson of the Council revealed to ENA that key works are being done to deal with environmental change issues in the bowls, including ensuring the water bodies in different zones. As indicated by him, "affixed advancement bowl works must be actualized to build water esteem and inland qualities in water system work." The draft national water use tax draft guideline affirmed by the gathering will be submitted to the Council of Ministers soon.