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13 best ways to save water

97.5% of the world’s water is locked in seas and oceans, too salty for human use. And most of the remaining 2.5% is in the ice caps.

So we humans depend on the tiny bit available as fresh water – an essential  natural resource  for life. That's why we need to save water where we can.

But we don't just use water for drinking. We wash in it, clean with it, and use it to produce everything from clothing to food. Crop production – including feed for livestock and biofuels – is putting a great strain on fresh water supplies.

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Save water, save our planet

Our water comes from rivers, lakes and sources like the Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire (pictured).

Climate breakdown is one of the biggest drivers of water shortages and is expected to heap even more pressure on our depleting supplies. People in England are facing shortages by 2050 unless we save water fast – according to the UK Environment Agency.

Read on for ways to take action and save our water supplies.

Our top tips on how to save water

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1. Turn off the taps

Don't let your water consumption run out of control. Save 6 litres of water a minute by turning off your tap while you brush your teeth. Fix leaky taps  too – and stop what could be 60 litres of water going straight down the drain every week.

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2. Shower with less

Every minute you spend in a power shower uses up to 17 litres of water  . Set a timer on your phone to keep your showers short, sweet and water-saving.

Switching to an efficient shower head will allow you to lather up in less water, which means you'll save water and cut your bills.

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3. Save up your dirty clothes

Washing a full machine load of clothes uses less water and energy than 2 half-loads  . This means lower bills as well as saving water.

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4. Reduce food waste

It takes a lot of water to produce our cereal, fruit and other food.

More than half of the 7 million tonnes of food and drink UK households bin every year could be eaten. Wasting less food could not only save water, but also save you £540 a year.

Get some handy advice from Love Food Hate Waste  , or get inspired by high-tech solutions to food waste  from around the world.

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5. Time your gardening

Water outdoor plants in the early morning or at the end of the day to stop water immediately evaporating in sunlight and heat. Water the soil so that the liquid goes straight to the roots, where it’s needed.

In a heatwave, animals need water too. Instead of watering your lawn, leave out a water-filled container, like a casserole dish, for birds to drink from and wash. Thirsty bees and other insects will need a saucer or bowl with water and stones in it.

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6. Catch rainwater

Installing water butts saves up to 5,000 litres of water a year  . And your plants will thank you for rainwater rather than treated tap water.

You can also cut water use by 33% by watering plants manually instead of using automatic sprinklers.

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7. Get a low-flush toilet

The average UK household uses about 30% of all water used to flush the toilet . Modern dual-flush systems save huge amounts of water. They use just 6 litres – or 4 with a reduced flush – much less than the 13 litres for each old-style single flush.

If you can't invest in a new loo, get a  water-saving bag for your old-style toilet  .

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8. No more washing up

Got a dishwasher? Fill it up completely each time you run it and you'll use less water than you would doing the dishes by hand. Yes, even if you're using a washing-up bowl. What better excuse to go and have a nice sit down?

Find out more about the most water- and energy-efficient ways to run your appliances  from the Energy Saving Trust.

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9. Quality and seasonal eating

Rearing animals for meat and dairy and harvesting crops like avocado at a large and unsustainable scale is incredibly water-intensive. By cutting down on meat and dairy and eating seasonal vegetables you'll be helping to save water.

You'll also be helping to protect the climate. The m eat and dairy industries are big contributors to global warming.

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10. Boil what you need

Save water, money and energy by only boiling as many cups of water as you need.

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11. Steam your veggies

Steam your food to cut water usage and retain more of the natural nutrients.

If you do boil, try using the leftover water as a tasty stock for soups . Or let it cool and use it to water plants.

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12. Be plumbing prepared

Regularly check your kitchen pipes and the dishwasher hose for slow leaks.

Find out where your household stop valve is and make sure that you can turn it on and off. You'll thank us if you ever have a burst pipe, because you'll be able to cut off the flow before it floods the house.

Find a contact number for your water supplier  , so that if you find a leak you can let them know and stop water being wasted.

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13. Don't fund the water-grabbers

Some companies and investors that buy up land around the world contribute to water scarcity and pollution. They sometimes deny local people access to water, pollute watercourses or exhaust supplies. This can affect the ability of local communities to farm and access safe drinking water. This is known as "watergrabbing"  .

Make sure you know where your savings or pension are invested . And check how the companies that make the products you use treat local water sources. That way you'll know you're not supporting water wastage and contamination.

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SAVE WATER. School Outreach Programme Auroville Water Harvest 2005. WATER IS LIFE. Did you know that the water you drank this morning might have been the same water a dinosaur drank millions of years ago?

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SAVE WATER School Outreach Programme Auroville Water Harvest 2005

WATER IS LIFE

Did you know that the water you drank this morning might have been the same water a dinosaur drank millions of years ago? There is the same amount of water on Earth today as there has always been. The water keeps moving around in an endless cycle called the water cycle.

THE WATER CYCLE Water evaporates from oceans, rivers and lakes (water in its liquid form) and rises into the atmosphere (water in its gas form) where it condenses to form clouds. Precipitation then falls to the earth in the form of rain (water in its liquid) or snow (water in its solid form) where it flows into oceans, rivers and lakes and the process begins again

Evapotranspiration Evaporation Evaporation Evaporation from ocean Soil Moisture Infiltration Moisture over land Precipitation Moisture over land

Amount of fresh water in the world … • Of all the water on Earth, only a small amount is available for us to use. It's true!96.5% of the Earth's water supply is salt water.Only 2.8% is fresh water! • That 2.8% is divided like this: • 0.76% is groundwater (we can use some of this water) • 0.0132% is in lakes and streams (we can use some of this water) • 1.74% is in glaciers and icecaps • 0.001% is water vapor

Pollution of water • DOMESTIC POLLUTION Safe water supply Sanitation – open defecation Drainage Solid waste disposal • AGRICULTURE POLLUTION Pesticides Fertilisers Over extraction of ground water

INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION Chemicals Untreated water Ground water contamination

Water and health • The body is comprised of 75%of water. • We cannot live without water for more than 24 hours. • 1.8 million people die from diarrhoeal death where 90% are children. • 88% is attributed to unsafe water supply, inadequate sanitation and hygiene.

How water is linked to health • Drinking dirty water leads to ill health. • Unclean water sources like latrines near hand pumps or taps can contaminate the water from the ground. • Not washing hands before eating.

Leaving drinking water containers uncovered. • Household wastes near homes leading to breeding ground for flies. • No proper drainage near homes – stagnant water where mosquitoes breed.

How to avoid health problems … • Protect all drinking water sources • Drink water from only protected water sources • Wash hands after going to the toilet • Use toilets – don’t openly defecate • Wash hands before eating • Wash vegetables well before cooking • Cover all food

Personal hygiene • Have bath daily • Comb hair daily • Brush teeth daily twice • Cut your nails • Wash hands with soap after going to toilet • Wash hands before eating • Wear clean clothes

Sanitation • Don’t defecate in the open • Always wash yourself • Use toilets where they are • Don’t defecate near water sources • Dispose of your waste in a responsible manner • Reuse your bathing water

Environment • Don’t throw your household waste near drinking water sources • Clean your house and surroundings daily • Don’t throw paper, plastic, households wastes into open drains that run through the street • Throw litter into a bin and dispose of it properly • Don’t cut down trees but grow more plants • See that the drains are not blocked

Do you know …..

In 1955, an Indian citizen had 5000 cubic meters of water at her disposal. Today she has less than 1500 and it will get lesser in the future. • More than 1 billion people in the world have no access to improved water sources and nearly 2/3 live in Asia.

Why do you think so ….. Because there is not enough water left for everyone….. So we must try to conserve water and harvest rainwhenever we can

Using water wisely Lifestyle choices, population growth and climate change are placing increasing demands on our water supplies. It's important that we do not take this precious resource for granted and that we all use water wisely to ensure that there is enough for everyone in years to come.

Saving water starts with you

Check your water meter and track your bills • Wash fruits, vegetables in a pan of water rather than running water • Collect the water you use for rinsing produce and reuse it to water houseplants.

Time your shower to keep it under 5 minutes. You'll save up to 4000 ltrs a month. • When you give your pet fresh water, don't throw the old water down the drain. Use it to water your trees or shrubs. • When you are washing your hands, don't let the water run while you lather.

Turn off the water while you soap and shampoo yourself. You can save more than 200 ltrs a week. • Check all taps and pipes for leakages. A dripping tap can waste 140 liters a week. • Turn off the water while you brush your teeth and wash your face. Keep water in a mug. You waste 6 liters a minutes with running water.

Do one thing every day that will save water. REMEMBER – every drop counts

Do you know how much water it takes to …

Why do we need to harvest rainwater?

The ultimate source of water that we utilise in our daily life is from the monsoons. The rain used to fall on the ground and slowly seep inside till the underground storages were filled up. But today, there are more building and roads and less water is being able to seep inside.

At the same time, people are drawing out more and more water from the underground storages. The result being that there is less and less water for us to use.

Our duty is to see that we can get enough water to use and also have some left for the future.

You can do something to save the environment Save Water : Reduce the demands on scarce and ground water sources. • Stored water can be used in non monsoon months.

Reduces erosion and storm water run-off • Saves natural resource presently wasted • Prevents ground water depletion

Supports water conservation & self-dependence • Stores water that would otherwise lead to flooding.

How do we harvest rain? Simple ….

Catch it in anything that holds waters. Once you have a container, simply put a tank/drum beneath where the rainwater runs off your roof and you have started harvesting.

Precipitation

Methods of saving water Rain water harvesting in Chennai and Bangalore

Environmental cleanliness • We depend on nature for life. • We need to protect nature or else we get fucked up • Nature fucked up – we pretty big fuck up

Solid waste management • Separate solid wet and solid dry (organic and ….. Wastes) into different containers • Dig a pit and put organic wastes in to it with a layer of soil – can be used for compost • Don’t burn plastic or bury it • Recycle paper, plastic, metal, glass

What schools can do … • Form committees for drinking water and sanitation • These committees will be in charge of the school and see that the drinking water areas and toilets are maintained well. • Ensure that the school practices water conservation and water harvesting • Have exhibitions in their own schools for the neighbourhood

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You know about the current situation of the whole world we should conserve water and what we should do to protect it we will see in this presetation

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3 Plumbing Upgrades to Save Water

3 Plumbing Upgrades to Save Water

Learn how you can save on water bills by making 3 simple plumbing upgrades.

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