Showering requires 1 gallon of water every few seconds.
The cleanest water is required for drinking.
Most fresh water is used for generating electricity and irrigation.
Dew is a form of condensation.
Water evaporating from plants is called transpiration.
Water that drains off of streets goes into lakes and streams.
Percolation is the dripping of rain or snowmelt down through the soil.
Water vapor is invisible.
Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen atoms.
Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
The prefix 'Hydro-' means "water".
Sediment is the number one pollutant in streams and rivers.
Half of Earth's plants and animals live in the water.
Every American uses about 30 gallons of water each day.
It takes about 4000 gallons of water to build a car.
Liquid water changes to a gas during evaporation.
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It takes 10 gallons of water to grow the wheat for 1 slice of bread.
Ten gallons of water are needed to run the dishwasher for one normal cycle.
You use more water for flushing toilets or taking showers than for drinking.
A shower uses 15 gallons of water, but a bath uses 70 gallons.
Brush your teeth with the water off to save 3 gallons of water.
Only 1% of household water is used for drinking.
A dripping faucet wastes 5 gallons of water each day.
It takes 15 hours to treat 1 gallon of Beaver Lake water for use.
It takes 320 gallons of water to grow the cotton to make a kid's t-shirt.
1500 gallons of water are needed to make 1 pair of jeans.
A normal load of laundry takes 30 gallons of water.
Your body is over two-thirds water.
It takes 9 bathtubs full of water to produce 1 burger.
Dinosaurs once swam in and drank the water that you use.
Our drinking water comes from Beaver Lake and The White River. You can help keep it clean and safe.
You can live for a month without food, but only a week without water.
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