Water and energy management in schools. Water management in schools. Is your school water efficient?. A water efficient primary school uses between 3-9 litres a student a day A water efficient secondary school uses between 9-12 litres a student a day. How much does water cost?.
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Water and energy management in schools
Water management in schools
account for up to 70% of water use.
School water management can be
Note: Stormwater can also be a sustainability issue in schools leading to direct impacts on local waterways. Stormwater can be managed and taught as an aspect of waste or water education by conducting a stormwater drain audit, spraying positive signs on drains, conducting litter surveys and educating students about where waste goes.
Improve school water efficiency by:
See Observatory Hill EEC and Sydney Water website for more details
Energy management in schools
NSW DEC Energy efficiency – electricity consumption
With our increased use of technology enhanced learning, we need to consider how we can support DEC’s targets to reduce our schools carbon footprints?
Your schools user name is..........................and password is.........................
Watch Our watts - a curriculum project for Stage 3 focussing on a design brief for school energy efficiency .
Watts Workout – a game to show how much energy different appliances use?
Powermate – a device which shows the kilowatt hours of appliances
There are opportunities to use the DEC Sustainability Action Process in energy efficiency programs like: