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Water Facts. Figures are taken from water aid website. How much water do you think we use a day. A Between 5-6 litres B Between 40 – 50 litres C Between 135 –140 litres a day. ANSWER! BETWEEN 135-150 LITRES A DAY!. Filling a kettle.

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Water Facts

Figures are taken from water aid website.


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How much water do you

think we use a day

A Between 5-6 litres

B Between 40 – 50 litres

C Between 135 –140 litres a day

ANSWER! BETWEEN 135-150 LITRES A DAY!


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Filling a kettle

Filling a kettle can use 2.5 litres of water. Try and use the minimum amount of water you need.


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Filling a bath

A bath can use 80 litres of water – twice as much as is needed for a five minute shower.


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Washing machine

The washing machine uses 65 litres of water. A half load programme uses more than half the water of a full load. Wait and run a full load.


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Flushing the toilet

A toilet can use up to ten litres of water if it is old. Putting a hippo in the cistern can save an average of 2.5 litres every flush.

*other products are available. 


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Leave a tap running

Up to five large bottles of water can be used if you leave the tap running when you brush your teeth.


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A dripping tap

A tap dripping once per second can waste four litres of water a day.


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Hosepipies

If you water your garden with a hosepipe then you can use 540 litres of water an HOUR. If you fill your watering can up with rain water then no water is wasted.