South Africa
Water wise Tippy Taps VS Running Taps: Water Audit
Posted by Panorama Primary, South Africa on 7 August 2020

After the installation of their tippy taps, Mighty Pano's did a water audit to determine the amount of water content they can save per year. They worked out that using running tap to drink/wash hands in their school for a year uses 660 000 litres of water, but using tippy taps uses only 102 000 litres per year. They used long division mathematics to work out the calculations. Learners were so intrigued and puzzled by the results but they understood the consequences of misusing water and they pledged to use tippy taps to save more water content.




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