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The UK offers many privileges to its inhabitants, one of them being having easy access to water. Therefore it will be a shock to many to hear that certain parts of England are suffering from water shortages. We are not so invincible after all. It is very easy to take our water for granted. This is when rainwater harvesting comes in. Rainwater harvesting is simply collecting rainwater that would otherwise go to complete waste. The idea behind it, is make use of water that falls out of the sky which can easily be used for a wide variety of purposes as an alternative to just relying on mains water supply. Rainwater harvesting is not a new concept as it has been practiced for centuries, and still is in various countries. The water butt A largely popular method of collecting rainwater is to place a water butt on your down-pipe. Using a water butt is a popular method of harvesting rainwater as it is cost-effective and easy to use. The rainwater can be used for gardening purposes ...
Most of us probably take our water usage for granted. After all, it is so easy to leave the tap running casually in the background while we carry on with our tasks, or to not pay much attention to a dripping tap, even though a dripping a tap can waste a lot of water in a year. It is the little details that count and why now people should start taking steps to avoid wasting water. Although England is known for it\'s rainy climate, most people are unaware of the fact that certain parts of England are experiencing water shortages. The idea is not to stop our enjoyment of water, but to simply take some steps to avoid wasting water. The average person in the UK uses around 150 litres of water everyday. The majority of this is used up in domestic chores around the house such as washing, cooking, drinking and watering the garden. We are using 50% more water than 25 years ago due to the technological advancements in domestic appliances around the house. We should think about our future...
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