WATER OFF AND IT WON'T BOTHER!!

BRIANNA LUJAN

Introduction

I am really happy that I get to put all of my work together on just one site instead of going back and forth to other sites so I could gather up all of my information and just put it on this one....so this is my last piece of work that I have to do and I am really sad it was so much fun and to be honest it was actually really easy :( well its going to get better so just go on with it :)

My project

As some of you know I am doing my research over Domestic Water Use so the picture above will probably give some of you a hint of what really domestic water use is about....or give you some hints to what it's suppose to be about.

W-A-T-E-R AAND OF COURSE ME AS WELL!!

Information

Other Information...

As world population is constantly growing the demand of water increases each day and every day. The luxuries of domestic uses of water have become a necessity to people in their homes and backyards. Domestic water is normally characterized by its use inside and outside the home: washing the dishes, cooking a meal, laundry, bathing, watering the lawn or garden, and other household activities.

There is huge variation in water use per person. Between 1987 and 2003 people living in Cambodia, where the majority do not have access to improved water supplies, used an average of 1.8 cubic metres of water each. People in Costa Rica used one hundred times more. The residents of Australia on average each use another 300 cubic meters again per year - much to water their lawns and fill pools.

In times past when most people lived in rural areas, they had to find ways to supply their own water often by drilling a well and pumping water to their homes. Not many city dwellers have a well in their backyards today.