Students establish how water efficient their homes are and invent a water saving device.
There are many ways in which human activity can impact on the water draining from a catchment; such as homes and gardens, agriculture, industry, nature reserves and transport.
What happens when we flush something down the toilet? Where does it go in the scheme of wastewater? Follow the journey and complete the toilet tissue test to see what happens to items travelling down the toilet into the wastewater system.
The gold rush saw a rapid increase in the population of Western Australia which put pressure on water sources, leading to the development of methods of mining that did not rely on water.
By reducing our water use, we can ensure the sustainability of water supply for the future.
Students learn about the water cycle by learning and singing The Water Cycle song.
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The class makes a terrarium and uses it to observe the water cycle and the effect of water on plants.
Increasing the amount of water we recycle is vital to helping Western Australia becoming climate resilient. This lesson plan gives students an understanding of what water recycling is and how it can be used.
This lesson helps senior students to understand the important role played by wastewater treatment plants in recycling water and how nutrients are monitored from wastewater treatment ocean outlets.
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