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Water Usage

28,000 million gallons were used in 2010 by 268 million people living in single family and multi family dwellings. The average American family uses over 300 gallons of water per day in their home. 97.5% of all water on Earth is saltwater and only 2.5% is fresh water. Fresh water comes from ice sheets, glaciers, icebergs, bogs, ponds, lakes, rivers, and streams. One load of laundry takes 40 gallons of water and a five minute shower uses 20 gallons.

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5 ways we can decrease water conservation

It's important to watch the time and keep showers under five minutes. Don't let the faucet run when washing dishes or brushing your teeth. Wash fruits and vegetables in a pot of water instead of running water from the tap. Try as hard as possible to keep the water in the pool when you're swimming.

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Water distribution

Factories help with water distribution. Only about two percent of the Earth's water is fresh water. Most of the fresh water is frozen. Lakes contain .013% of water on Earth.