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The amount of water used every day is:
equally spread around the world.
higher in LEDCs than MEDCs per person.
higher in MEDCs than LEDCs per person.
LEDCs tend to use a large percentage of their water for:
Domestic (household) use
Agricultural (farming) use
One way in which water is used for agriculture is called:
The amount of water LEDCs use for industrial purposes is set to rise. This is because:
more industries are locating in LEDCs.
industry is becoming less efficient in LEDCs.
water supply will become more available in LEDCs.
MEDCs demand more domestic use of water because:
the lifestyle includes time-saving devices which use more water - such as washing machines.
people are thirstier in MEDCs.
water is free in MEDCs.
Which of the following is NOT a way of reducing demand for water?
Collecting rainwater to use on the garden rather than tap water
Having a bath not a shower
Recycling bath water to flush the toilets with
Which of the following is NOT a form of accessing fresh water in LEDCs?
Gravity fed schemes
Collecting sea water in buckets on boats