30 pupils from the school took part in an education day to learn more about the amount of water that they use every day and how they can get into water-friendly habits at home and at school.
Ted Casey, Education Services Manager at Veolia Water, said:
"During the morning, the pupils carried out a number of water-based experiments and learned about the journey of water from its source to tap.
"With the South East of England experiencing less rainfall than some of the hottest parts of Spain, we wanted to give the pupils an insight into water use and provide advice on ways to conserve this precious resource.
Teacher, Chris Laing added; "We actively encourage the children to take responsibility for looking after the environment. It's important that children understand this at an early age so that they can take responsible habits with them through life.
"We have all learned some useful tips on how to save water, from not running the tap while brushing teeth to taking a short shower instead of a bath."
More water saving tips can be found at www.veoliawater.co.uk/savewater
For further information please contact Sue Pavey on: Tel. 01707 277110, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website:www.veoliawater.co.uk/news
Veolia Water Central is the UK's largest water supply only company and is part of Veolia Water UK. We are committed to delivering a high quality water service to all our customers. We provide 870 million litres of water each day to a population of 3 million people, in parts of Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Surrey, the London Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon and parts of the London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Ealing, and Enfield. Our supply area covers a total of 3,700 square kilometres, stretching from Luton and Royston in the north to Guildford in the south, and from Berkhamsted in the west to Dunmow in the east.
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