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SAVING DRINKING WATER A project by 3N students at Malabar School. Waste Water – No!!!. Situational Analysis. We have 11 classes, 270 students and about 15 teachers. We get our drinking water from Warragamba Dam. . Design Brief. Create and model an idea to save drinking water at our school.

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situational analysis
Situational Analysis
  • We have 11 classes, 270 students and about 15 teachers. We get our drinking water from Warragamba Dam.
design brief
Design Brief
  • Create and model an idea to save drinking water at our school.

Design Criteria

  • Must save water
  • Must look good
  • Must be clean
  • Must be affordable
  • Must be easy to make
we called in an expert
We called in an expert

Ms Danielle Spruit, an expert on water conservation in the Murray Darling Basin, gave us a fantastic presentation on the importance of looking after our drinking water.

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We also went on an aboriginal walking tour with Vic from the Bidjigal group. He taught us an appreciation of how aboriginal people used the land and water in our local area.
problem number two
Problem number two

Grey water from our toilet block is not captured and goes to our stormwater drains. We should be using it on our grass!! It needs it.

problem number three
Problem number three
  • We have a water tank for the hall that is used to flush toilets, but we also have a tank that isn’t attached to anything!
design solutions
Design solutions
  • 1. Put a water saving device on the staffroom tap.
  • 2. Move the water tank to the side of our toilet block so that it can be used for toilet flushing.
  • 3. Raise money to pay for a Waterwise greywater system to be installed at the toilets.
a greywater tank will send our bubbler and tap water to the garden
A greywater tank will send our bubbler and tap water to the garden
  • The equipment will cost about $3,000 and the plumbing will cost that much again – that’s a lot of fund-raising. We will set ourselves this goal in 2010. It’s worth it.