Water Facts! Learn fun facts about the thing you drink every day!


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Water is essential to everyday life for drinking, cooking, bathing, cleaning, and landscaping.
In a day,
Europeans use about 50 gallons of water
Americans use 100 gallons 400 billion gallons are used in u.s.
Those living in sub-saharan Africa use 2-5 gallons
36 million gallons are leaked in the new York
city water supply system 200 gallons can be wasted by a running toilet
1 drip per second can become 30000 gallons
per year
A bath uses up to 70 gallons.
A shower uses 10-25 gallons
More than 25% of bottled water comes from the same place as tap water; a municipal water
supply
Drinking 8 glasses of water a day from water bottles will cost up to
$1400 over a year. ‘a0Drinking from the tap will cost about 50 cents per year.

55-78% of a humans body weight is made up
of water
97% of water is salt water, 3% is fresh .3% of which is found at the earths surface
68.7% of earths fresh water is unusable because
it is in glaciers
More water is found in the atmosphere than all of the rivers of the planet combined
Water is the only compound on earth that naturally
exists in solid, liquid, and gas
Water can dissolve more substances than any other liquid

It takes,
10 gallons to make a single slice of bread
713 gallons to produce a cotton t-shirt 1000 gallons to make 1 gallon of milk
634 gallons to produce one burger}

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