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Water Saving Techniques in Early Childhood
Buckets under the bubble taps or hand washing basin saves wasted water to tip onto our plants, trees and grass area.
Install a water tank for children to access to water garden areas and to use for water play.
Tip leftover water from drink bottles into a bird bath or directly onto plants
Use leftover water from water play to tip onto plants, grass, trees, bird baths or pot plants.
Talk to management about altering toilets to a dual flush water saver deviceSlide2
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