Course Topic 5 - Water

Video 1 - The Story of Water



Video 2 - Measuring & Monitoring



Video 3 - Some Leaky Facts & Figures



Video 4 - Water Use in the Home



Video 5 - Water Efficiency



Video 6 - Greywater



Followup Activities (Required)

  1. Complete the water quiz
  2. Take the following measurements of your shower: the flow rate in litres per minute, and the quantity of ‘dead leg’ water (cold water flow before the hot water comes through).
  3. Using the results of your measurements above, answer these questions: How much water could you save by reducing shower time by 2 minutes per shower? How much ‘dead leg’ water could be collected per week from just one shower per day?

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