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Water Conservation for young and old
How to conserve and why
How to Save Water Indoors / outdoors
A) Look for dripping faucets, pipes and toilets
B) Ask your parents to install water saving shower-heads + low-flush toilets.
C) Take shorter showers.
D) Never use your toilet as a wastebasket
E) Don't run water while brushing your teeth
F) Don't run water while washing your hands
G) If your rinse things catch the water in a pan
H) Don't push the button to run the dishwasher when its not full
I) Don't push the button on your washing machine when its not full
J) Wash full loads of clothes.
How to Save Water Outdoors
K) Don't over-water landscaping.
L) Water your plants early in the morning or late in evening.
M) Look for sprinklers that water the sidewalk or street.
N) Ask your parents not to water on cool, rainy or windy days.
O) Put on all hoses shut-off nozzles.
P) Ask your parents to use drip irrigation systems.
Q) Plant drought-tolerant or low water-use plants and grasses.
R) Use shrubs and ground cover to reduce the amount of grass.
S) Mulch around plants reduce evaporation + discourage weeds.
T) Ask your parents not to mow low, longer grass means less evaporation.
U) Look that the pool cover is on the pool to lower water evaporation.
V) Use a bucket instead of a hose to wash your bicycle
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Where will we go when our drinking water is not drinkable anymore?|
Water is essential for life on Earth!
Learn with us about the amazing qualities of water.
It is proven that healthy humans can only be born on a healthy Earth!
BSB Information on Water:
Why Earth has water
The H in H2O
Power from Water
How to save water
Water + Energy
Water + Trees
Water journey 1
Thirsty for water
Water Drought article
Bear Springs Blossom
- Why does all life on Earth depend on water?
- Why are the oceans salty?
- Why Water is a very special 'juice'?
- Humans can live without food for weeks, but
- without water we will die after 3 days.
- Why do Humans use huge amounts of water to produce electricity?
- Is salt-water more heavy?
- Why can water dissolve so many substances?
- Does water expand when it gets warmer?
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Information + Education for all who are interested in knowledge.
Marianne Bonenberger director of education
Peter Bonenberger president Bear Springs Blossom
are offering this knowledge online and with lectures.
BSB is an international charitable nonprofit-Organization 501(c)(3)
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It would be so easy:
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We care for humans, so we need to care for our water! |
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