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  • Published: 28 September 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745961
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 400
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Every Last Drop

The Water Saving Guide


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This must-have guide will save you up to 50,000 litres of water per year!

This must-have guide will save you up to 50,000 litres of water per year!

Take a bucket into the shower with you tomorrow morning. Let it fill up while the water gets hot. Empty it on your garden as you head out the door, and you've just saved water. It's so easy - save water, save money, save our future!

The world is facing a water crisis. Australia is one of the driest countries on earth, yet the average Australian consumes around 100,000 litres of water per year. After nearly a decade of drought, our reservoirs are at an all-time low. Up to 60 per cent of our urban water supply is used in the home, so a few basic changes to our daily routine can make a huge difference.

Every Last Drop is a simple, practical guide that will show you how to save up to 50,000 litres of water per person per year. It takes you on a journey through your kitchen, bathroom, laundry and garden, offering low-cost tips that will help you cut your water consumption - and your water bill - in half.

  • Pub date: 28 September 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745961
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 400

About the Authors

Craig Madden

Craig Madden has years of hands-on experience in domestic water management. He has installed more than 500 grey water and rain water systems for households throughout Victoria and New South Wales, and recently launched his own company, 'The Water Bloke', to provide water-saving solutions to a rapidly growing market.

Amy Carmichael

Amy Carmichael is a journalist with a passion for helping people understand complex environmental issues. Her front-page articles about the water shortage in her hometown of Vancouver, a city in the middle of a lush rainforest, were read around the world. Now she's getting to the red centre of drought and climate change in Australia.


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