South Africa
Never using more than needed
Posted by Shonkweni primary school, South Africa on 26 July 2019
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OUr school are serious about water saving and ensuring that others understand the importance of it too. During the dry season we are particularly vigilant about water wastage as we have no municple water to 'fall back on' We rely on our stored rainwater in our jojos as well as using grey water at every opportunity. Our vege garden is sustained entirely by grey water alone!  We also uses basins for washing and rinsing our plates and of course this water is once again used on the garden. Our learners have been collecting grey water since April and we have about 40 l collected every day , which is around 200l /week so thats about 800litres/mth !!! 




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