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  • The washing machine spends 120 to 220 L of water per wash (Junta de Andalucía)
  • Wind energy avoided the importation of 9.2 million tonnes of oil (TEP) in 2018 (Asociación Empresarial Eólica)
  • 4 L of paint contaminate 1 million liters of water. (Junta de Andalucía)
  • A wind avoids the emission of 25 million tons of CO2 (Asociación Empresarial Eólica)
  • The richer a country is, the more water it consumes. For example, in Canada an average of 93,000 L of water are consumed per person per year, while in Sudan about 7,000 L are consumed (Junta de Andalucía)
  • The costs of wind continue to fall worldwide, including the EU, where they have been reduced by around 40% between 2009 and 2015, according to the European Commission (Asociación empresarial Eólica)
  • Wind power reduced the price of the pool by € 6.83 / MWh in 2018 (Asociación Empresarial Eólica)
  • To aerate the house, 10 minutes
  • To produce a chicken serving you need 150 L of water. (Junta de Andalucía)
  • A battery takes about 1,000 years to decompose (Aquae Fundación)
  • the Mobius circle was designed in 1970 as a symbol of recycling; its three arrows represent the phases of collection, processing and conversion
  • 200 liters of water are needed to produce a single liter of Coca-Cola. (Jason Clay, WWF)
  • Every ton of recycled paper saves the life of twelve trees (LAYNA Group)
  • to make recycled paper saves 3 times more energy than normal
  • seven out of ten mobile phones go to the trash can or get lost
  • 148 liters of water are needed to make a car
  • 7000 liters of water are needed to refine a barrel of crude oil
  • About 25,700 liters of water per day are needed to produce the food consumed by a family of four
  • Freshwater animals are becoming extinct five times faster than terrestrial animals
  • It takes 5680 liters of water to produce a barrel of beer
  • With only four liters of naphtha can contaminate up to 2.8 million liters of water
  • Each year more than 450 cubic kilometers of sewage are thrown into the sea. To dilute this pollution, an additional 6000 cubic kilometers of fresh water is used
  • The main sources of pollution are associated with industrial activity after the Second World War to this day
  • The groundwater reserves supply 80% of the world's population. 4% of those reserves are already contaminated
  • There are more than 70 thousand known substances that contaminate water
  • A dripping tap wastes more than 75 liters of water per day
  • Less water is consumed during an immersion bath than when showering
  • More than two thirds of the water consumed in the home is used in the bathroom
  • People use 190 liters of water per day, on average
  • Each year 3 and a half million people die due to diseases related to water quality. 98% of these deaths occur in developing countries