Bar Graph 44
The graph below shows the daily water consumption for Americans in their homes. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The illustration presents data on the daily water usage by an American for different purposes. The water consumption is measured in gallon per day and is compared considering whether the conservation method is used or not. It is obvious that water conservation saves a great deal of water and the highest water Americans consume for flushing toilets, washing clothes and taking showers.
According to the bar chart, An American consumes 19 gallons of water for flushing toilets and this outgo is reduced to half of that if the water is conserved. An American use 15 gallons water to clean clothes using a washing machine and this is reduced by 4 gallons through the conservation techniques. Interestingly, the same amount of water is needed for using faucets regardless of the conservation method and this quantity is 11 gallons. Leaks waste 10 gallons water a day and the least water use could be observed for washing dishes in dishwashers. Moreover, an American consume 13 gallons of water to take a shower and this is even higher than the water required for using faucets. It is interesting to notice that an American can save around 20 gallons of water if the conservation method is in place.