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  • 1. THE WATER IES LA ARBOLEDA
  • 2. IMPORTANCE OF WATER Water was considered by Ancient Greeks as one of the four basic elements forming the universe.Water is vital for every living being. It is an important part of a country’s wealth; so we mustn’t waste it.
  • 3. IMPORTANCIA DEL AGUA Drinking water is essential for human life, but it’s scarce as the population increases y that’s beacuse of ignorant and irresponsible people.In addition to drinking water, we use it for severaldaily activities, that is, we need it to cook, to washup, personal hygiene, watering plants and crops,animals, in factories, energy production, and so on.
  • 4. HERE’S HOW WE USE IT AT HOME 27% 6% 36% 20% 11%
  • 5. AVERAGE WATER ANNUAL AVERAGE CONSUMPTIONCONSUMPTION IN LEPE 302220 litres 30% 27% 6% Hand washing/ Bath / Shower Cistern Teeth Brushing 108799 litres 81600 litres 18133 litres 20% 11% 6% Washing- Other machine/ Dish Cleaning purposes washer 60444 litres 33244 litres 18133 litres
  • 6. WATER CONSUMPTION Average consumption with saving measures 158348 litresWITH SAVING MEASURES Hand Bath / Cistern washing / teeth Shower brushing 36333 litres 40800 litres 10880 litres Washing General -machine / Cleaning Dish Washer 49455 litres 20880 litres
  • 7. SAVINGS IN WATER TOTAL SAVING 125739 litres CONSUMPTION 59.9% 50% 40% Hand washing/ Bath / Shower Cistern Teeth Brushing 54333 litres 40800 litres 7253 litres 18.2% 37.2% Washing- machine/ Dish Cleaning washer 10989 litres 12364 litres
  • 8. WATER CONSUMPTION WITH SAVING MEASURES GRAPH WITH MEASURES (litres) CONSUMPTION (litres)SHOWER 36333 90666CISTERN 40800 81600HANDS/TEETH 10880 18133Washing-machine 49455 60444CLEANING 20880 33244
  • 9. CONSUMPTION AND SAVING GRAPH SAVING (litres) CONSUMPTION (litres) SHOWER 63399 108799 CISTERN 40800 81600 HANDS / TEETH 7253 18133 WASHING APP 10989 60444 CLEANING 12364 33244
  • 10. % SAVING % SAVING % TOTALSHOWER 59,9 100CISTERN 50 100HANDS/ TEETH 40 100WASHING-MACHINE/ DISH WASHER 18,2 100CLEANING 37,2 100
  • 11. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED ON SPECIAL CASES Saving 59,9 %BATHS / SHOWERS: If we replace baths for five-minuteshowers and if we turn the tap off while we’re soaping upwe willl save up to 50 l instead of the 250 l we would usehaving a bath.
  • 12. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED ON SPECIAL CASESCISTERN: With a 6-litre SAVINGcisterns we can cut the waterconsumption a 50 per cent if 50we introduce a one-litreplastic bottle and using a %double-flush cistern.This could save us 3 litres ineach flush.
  • 13. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED ON SPECIAL CASES SAVING 40 % 20HAND WASHING / TEETH BRUSHING: We spend aboutseconds every time we wash our hands and about 40 to50 seconds brushing our teeth. Considering that weturned off the tap in the development of the action, theaverage consumption could be of about 3 l. Thus, wecould save a 40 per cent of the water consumption.
  • 14. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED ON SPECIAL CASES SAVING 18.2 %WASHING MACHINE / DISH WASHER: Depending on ourconsumption, we use both appliances about 1099 times a year,with an average consumption of 55l. If we carry out full loadswith an economic and efficient programme, we can save n 18,2per cent, decreasing the average consumption to 45l.
  • 15. MEASURES IMPLEMENTED ON SPECIAL CASES SAVING 37.2 %and wateringCLEANING: As a way to save water on cleaningplantes, if we use ecologic detergents for our wahings we can reusethe water from the wastepipe. Although we can not always do it,maybe one every two washes. This water can be used to scrub thefloor and also to water the plants since they would not be affectedby that type of detergent. With this measure we could save up tothe 37.2 %
  • 16. THE LIGHT
  • 17. ELECTRIC ENERGY CONSUMPTION• When Thales of Miletos started rubbing amber stones with cat’s fur around 600 BC, he couldn’t imagine that the static electricity he was observing could, some years later, transport people from distant places in metallic boxes we know as cars, among many other
  • 18. Our lives without electricity• A glance around will reveal that we are so deeply surrounded by energy that we don’t even notice. Energy starts up our modern lives.• Maybe that’s the reason why we waste it so stupidly.
  • 19. ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION IN LEPE
  • 20. AVERAGE ELECTRICITY TOTAL CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION 3753,6 Kwh 676,65 676,65 Light Fridge Kwh Kwh 375,3Central Heating 563 Kwh TV Kwh 337,8Ceraminc Hob Other 1112 Kwh Kwh
  • 21. AVERAGE ELECTRICITY TOTAL SAVING SAVING 967,3 Kwh 541,32 676,65 Light Fridge Kwh -80% Kwh 262,7Central Heating 78,8 Kwh TV Kwh -14% -70%Ceraminc Hob 84,5 Kwh TOTAL 967,32 Kwh -25% SAVING
  • 22. AVERAGE ELECTRICITY POTENTIAL CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTION WITH SAVING MEASURES 2643,8 Kwh 135,4 112,6 Light TV kwh kwh 484,8 676,65Central Heating Fridge kwh Kwh 253,3Ceraminc Hob Other 1112 Kwh kwh
  • 23. • Saving on light: Just by using low consumption light bulbs instead of the ordinary ones, we could save an 80 % of the energetic consumption.
  • 24. • Central Heating: The recommended temperature during the winter is from 22º C to 24º C. By lowering the thermostat of our central heating we save up to 7 % on electricity per degree. So if we wear a sweater instead of setting the heating to 24º C we will save approximately 14%. 2º C
  • 25. • Television: Most of the modern TV have the possibility of being set to a stand-by mode. But that mode is also using energy, approximately a 15 percent of the energy it would used when it’s switched on (about 3 hours a day). Unplugging our television instead of setting the stand-by mode could save an extra 70%.
  • 26. • Ceramic hobs:Cooking is not something we can avoid. But the energy we waste on it could be reduced if we used a lid. That would mean a 25% cut on the energy we need to prepare a tasty and efficient meal.
  • 27. ELABORATED BY• CAROLINA MORALES CORO• ESTAFANÍA COSTA GONZÁLEZ COORDINATED BY• VICENTE MAROTO FALCONET• JUAN IGNACIO PÉREZ SANTIAGO