COVID-19 has negatively impacted many things in our lives over the last 18 months. However, one thing that has changed for the good is the reduction of energy and water use at our school. Primarily due to the steep drop in student numbers, the above image shows the peak water use from a normal school day and more recent remote learning school day. Compared to the normal school day’s peak water use of 1,355 L at 2.00pm, last Thursday’s peak of only 170 L was 87% less than that of two months earlier.
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