Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Being water smart

Being water smart
In around March the 11th there was a big storm that spreaded all around Auckland, but Clevedon was the worst. There was silt in there water and it was even in water that they drank, ( and there was a big flood too ) . You are probably thinking how this all started. Well on the 21st of March that was the most busiest water work days in the week and we all got rid of most of the clean water in Auckland. Before Tuesday the 7th of March they just started saving  Auckland water, and on that day citizens from Auckland drank around 424 Million Liters of water. How we can stop this you may ask? Well I believe that… one > you should always be turning off the tap when you're brushing your teeth at home and then turning it off when  you are done. Two > we should all take shorter showers : Right now showers use 6 to 45 liters of water you use in every one minute. And three > You should always turn off your taps at home because a dripping tap can waste 15 liters of water a day, and 5,500 liters of water a year. ( If you left it on ). If we don’ t start saving our water now we will be at the risk of being thirsty and we will then start getting tired and then we will get to the point where bad things start happening…

For more information visit the water care website at https://www.watercare.co.nz/Pages/default.aspx

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