10 Questions
What percentage of the world’s water supply can be used as drinking water?
10 points
1%
3%
5%
In the UK, on average, how much water does each person use in a day?
10 points
100 litres
150 litres
200 litres
In the UK, where do we use the most water?
10 points
Garden/outside the house
Kitchen and utility (dishwasher and washing machine)
Bathroom
Using a washing up bowl rather than washing dishes under the hot tap could save your annual energy bill
10 points
£10
£25
£50
A full bath is equivalent to how many minutes in the shower?
10 points
7 minutes
11 minutes
14 minutes
How much ‘virtual water’ is needed to produce an apple
10 points
60 litres
125 litres
200 litres
How much ‘virtual water’ is needed to produce a 200 g (8 oz) beef steak?
10 points
380 litres
800 litres
3080 litres
How much ‘virtual water’ is needed to produce a pair of jeans?
10 points
500 litres
8000 litres
10,000 litres (10 cubic metres)
From where does Anglian Water source drinking water?
10 points
Mostly reservoirs
Mostly groundwater (aquifers)
Equal split between reservoirs and groundwater
How many acres of parkland, rivers, lakes and woodland does Milton Keynes have?
10 points
1000 acres
3000 acres
5000 acres
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