# How much water can you save per shower by shortening your shower by 5 minutes?

## How much water can you save per shower by shortening your shower by 5 minutes?

Answer: (5 liters) The EPA estimates that the standard shower heads use 2.5 gallons of water per minute. That’s 20 gallons of water for the average shower! Try shaving just three minutes off your shower to help reduce your water footprint.

## World Water Day Quiz Questions and Answers

### What is the theme of World Water Day 2022?

Groundwater: making the invisible visible

### which country wastes the most water in the world

Countries with the highest water waste:

• China: 362 trillion gallons/year.
• United States: 216 trillion gallons/year.
• Brazil: 95 trillion gallons/year.
• Russia: 71 trillion gallons/year.
• Mexico: 53 trillion gallons/year.
• India: 30 trillion gallons/year.
• England: 20 trillion gallons/year.
• France: 20 trillion gallons/year.

### Which of the following small everyday changes can help save water at an individual level?

Answer: All of the above

ANS:
70%

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85%

ANS:
\$60,000

ANS:

2,000

ANS:
40 billion

### The daily drinking water requirement per person is 2-4 litres. According to the UN, how many litres of water, on average, does it take to produce one person’s daily food?

ANS:
1,000-5,000 litres

ANS:
1 billion

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1%

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one in two

ANS:
11 million

### In an emergency context, what’s the minimum amount of safe drinking water consumption per person per day?

Ans:

Four gallons per person per day is the minimum quantity required for essential activities during an emergency, but it is usually insufficient to meet regular basic hygiene and consumption requirements. The World Health Organization recommends between 13 to 26 gallons per person per day to ensure basic needs are met and few health concerns arise.