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Wat’r We Wasting If every drop was a dime, what would you change? Ariel Herman, Virginia Mathurin, Caitlin Muir, Alex Weaver
Topic An informative study on water waste at Brown College.
Methods Online Statistics Survey of Brown Community’s personal water usage and feelings towards conservation Analysis of previous Brown water-use records
Brown College Water Use:
Brown College Water Use
Survey Results-Opinions What are your feelings towards water conservation in Brown? Most common answer: “Meh” “Who gives a shit?” “Terrible” “Futile” “What is water conservation?”
Shower - 16.8% Other - 5.3% Washer 21.7% Leaks - 13.7% Toilet - 26.7% Faucet - 15.7% Where’s YOUR Water Going? http://www.epa.gov/watersense/our_water/water_use_today.html
Interview with Prof. Tim Beatley
Ragged Mountain Dam
Charlottesville is part of the Rivanna River Watershed North Fork, Sugar Hollow, and Ragged Mountain Reservoirs will be Charlottesville’s primary water supply Rivanna Conservation Society
Interview with Nina Morris (Sustainability Outreach Coordinator) Aerators Education Dual Flush Toilets Solutions!
- Ultra-Efficient Washers - Field Rainwater Sensors - Low-Flow Shower Heads - Recycled Water Irrigation Systems - Water Refilling Stations - Community-Driven Forums What Other Colleges are Doing
What do you think Brown can do to improve water conservation? What about Brown’s water usage surprises you? Questions to audience?
Water was all around But is now draining away Stop wasting water We all love water We also like getting A’s Please give us all both Haikus and Hubert
CLAP FOR US!!!! Wat’r You Waiting For?
Prepared for Enterprise Community Partners. Enterprise Community Partners | 2GREEN & HEALTHY LIVING: Water Conservation What Uses the Most Water? Other,
‘Cuz THAT’S how we roll!. Two big ideas this unit: Water Supply Water Pollution.
Water Conservation by Nishil Thumu. Summary of Lesson There is limited amount of fresh water on earth, we need to conserve to make fresh water supplies.
Education Some people are not educated and don't know that our water is being misused,because they are not being taught enough about how to save it. Some.
2 Our Water Supply Comes From Rain 3 Most Rainfall is lost Average of 52 inches of rain per year Almost 45 inches lost to evaporation and transpiration.
WATER USE AND MANAGEMENT. Residential Use United States – 80 gallons water used per person per day – ½ used for drinking, cooking, washing, toilet – ½.
Simple Solutions to Green Our Homes. 60% of all Water that’s consumed in the home comes from the bathroom.
Residential Water Audit Pilot Program By Ryan Kesti Water Conservation Enforcement Aide And Erin Young Water Resources Manager.
WATER. The Ways To Conserve 3 REDUCE = Use less water!
Janie Harris, Extension Specialist Housing and Environment.
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Water Conservation Best Practices UC/CSU/CCC Sustainability Conference UCSB June 24-27, 2007 Presented by Dennis K. Elliot, PE.
BAL BHARATI PUBLIC PUBLIC SCHOOL,INDIA
Household Water Use. Fig. 14-4a, p. 309 Average annual precipitation (centimeters) More than 122 Less than 4181–122 41–81 Images removed due to copyright.
Southern California Water Dialogue Meeting Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Alice Webb-Cole February 26, 2013.
Approaching Water Sustainability through Water/Wastewater Reductions William Fifty and Laura Lokey-Flippo USACHPPM - Surface Water and Wastewater Program.
Water Where- with-all Coral Springs Government Academy June 28, 2012 Carole Morris Intergovernmental Representative Government & Community Affairs SFWMD.
Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority Community Water Supply Plan Update Public Meeting Monticello High School September 21, :00 pm.
Water-Saving Devices For each slide, discuss this question with your partner. What do you think these devices are used for? How does it save water?
River Steward Program Eyes and ears of the organization throughout the Rivanna River watershed. Advocate for conservation, clean water, environmental/fish.
Water. My choices & our water supply What Are The Connections Between My Choices And Our Water Supply? Source: istockphoto.com.
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