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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 55% Water Footprints-AUS vs CAN 80% 26% 10% 100% double click to change this title text! . . double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to change this header text! Australia's national water footprint is 53245000000 cubic meters per year- with 23.13 million people Canada's national water footprint is 81655000000 cubic meters per year - with 35.16 million people In total Canada uses 6.3000000 cubic meters more than Australia in a year but Canada have 12.03 million more people than Australia. 3 ways to save waterand how much you will save: 1) Only have a bath if you absolutely need to i.e..muscle pain ,water therapy, ice bath2) There is a huge debate over if washing by hand or using the dishwasher uses more water-a dishwasher uses less than half as much energy and saves nearly 19000L a year - only wash by hand if you have to i.e... if the dishwasher is broken, if you have an expensive pot/pan that you don't want to be ruined.3) Install water saving features i.e. water saving toilets , shower heads, washing machines and dishwashers A National water footprint: A national water footprint refers to the total amount of fresh water that is used by a whole nation every year this can be the usual - toilets, washing hands etc.. or it can also be the amount of fresh water that is used to produce their goods and servicesAn Individual water footprint:An individual water footprint is the water consumption of an individual citizen it includes everything that you do everyday that includes fresh water. Using the dishwasher instead of hand washing will save you 2kl of water and nearly $4 per year when you spend money to get thingsthat will save water you are basically earning the money back just over a long period of time - by being a water saving toilet shower head and washing machine you will save 7847.5l per year which means that you will save aprox $15 in a year if you cut down to 2 baths a week instead of 5 then you will save 630l per week and 32760l per year while saving $65
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