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Shades of Gray(water)
Shades of Gray(water)
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PostedTuesday, October 10, 2017 at 3:46 PM

Updated12/14/2017

Students are introduced to the concepts of graywater and water reuse within households. They calculate the amount of used water a family generates in one day and use a model of home plumbing to find out how much graywater is produced in homes every day. They graph their results and discuss energy efficiency implications. Students are then challenged to find ways to reduce water use within the home.

Students are introduced to the concepts of graywater and water reuse within households. They calculate the amount of used water a family generates in one day and use a model of home plumbing to find out how much graywater is produced in homes every day. They graph their results and discuss energy efficiency implications. Students are then challenged to find ways to reduce water use within the home.

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  • Posted Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 1:42 AM
    Shades of Grey Water (First Lego League Project)
    This years theme is Hydrodynamics. So we choose to look at how we use and dispose water in our homes. We wanted to know how much water we use and for what purposes. We wanted to educate ourselves. Because we all agreed that we take for granted that we always have fresh water come into our homes for many uses and we don't give it a second thought. In what area did we use water in the house. In doing the experiment the students were in awe about the numbers calculated representing how much water is used just to flush toilets. The students really enjoyed doing the activity. They said it made Read More
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