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Cornwall, october 2010

Utworzono: piątek, 22, październik 2010
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Zawody pływackie

Utworzono: sobota, 20, listopad 2010
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Porównanie składu wody mineralnej

Utworzono: wtorek, 16, listopad 2010
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Comparing the mineral waters of different nations

 

 

Germany

Poland

Sweden

The UK

Hungary

the name of the mineral water

 

Bad Aachener

Kaiserbrunnen

Naleczowianka

 

Volvic

Theodora

mineral  content (mg/l)

 

4074,5

650

 

130,0

904,0

Calcium

(mg/l)

62,5

110,2

 

11,5

144,0

Magnesium

(mg/l)

9,0

23,1

 

8,0

34,4

Sulphate

(mg/l)

277,0

n/a

 

8,1

144,0

Kalium

(mg/l)

69,0

2,8

 

-

10,0

Fluorid

(mg/l)

-

0,3

 

13,5

1,4

Natrium/ Sodium

(mg/l)

1295,0

11

 

11,6

32,0

HCO3 (hydrogen-carbonat )

(mg/l)

876,0

453,7

 

 

487,0

Nitrates

Bicarbonates

Potassium

Silica

Chlorid

 

 

 

 

1486,0

n/a

n/a

n/a

21,52

9,2

 

6,3

71,0

6,2

31,7

 

 

Ankieta - zużycie wody

Utworzono: wtorek, 16, listopad 2010
Monok Peter

Survey:

According to the questionnaire an average family uses the most water in Poland, the least water in Hungary and Sweden.
Swedish and German people prefer taking a shower than having a bath. The time spent in a shower is usually between 10 and 15 minutes.
Hungarian, Swedish and Polish people tend to clean their teeth with running water.  More than the half of British and German people use a cup when brushing their teeth.
The majority of the asked pupils in Britain, in Sweden and in Germany have got a dishwasher at home. In Hungary the dishwasher is not so widespread.
Swedish people have got the most economic flush toilets. Polish people have got the least of them.
In Germany, Britain and in Sweden people  water their garden once or twice a week. In Germany more than half of the people taking part in the questionnaire collect rain for watering.
The most pools can be found at the Swedish partners.
The most  Hungarian pupils  think that swimming pools are necessary in hotels. For the German and Polish students swimming pools in hotels is not so necessary.

 

 

Hungary

Sweden

England

Poland

Germany

price of one cubic metre  water  (in euro)

0,9 Euro (without waste water price)

0,8 Euro

1,0 Euro

1,5 Euro

1,9 Euro

water consumption in a family of four or more

10 cubic metres

10 cubic metres

10 cubic metres

14 cubic metres

11 cubic metres

having a bath

47%

10 %

40%

57%

11%

having a shower

53%

90%

60%

43%

89%

spending 5 min in the shower

7%

29%

20%

17%

22%

spending 10 min in the shower

43%

29%

45%

23%

48%

spending 15 min in the shower

50%

42%

35%

60%

30%

cleaning teeth with the help of a cup

47%

43%

54%

47%

63%

cleaning teeth with running water

53%

57%

46%

53%

37%

dishwasher at home

37%

95%

90%

63%

89%

washing up with running water

27%

24%

5%

5%

19%

having economic flush toilets

70%

100%

90%

53%

81%

watering the garden  once, twice a week

27%

80%

80%

47%

82%

watering the garden  3-4 times

18%

10%

10%

53%

12%

watering the garden every day

55%

10%

10%

0%

6%

collecting rain for watering

47%

29%

30%

17%

59%

having a swimming pool

3%

15%

0%

7%

7%

thinking that swimming pools are necessary in hotels

90%

85%

70%

63%

59%

 

Prezentacja wykonana przez uczestników SWSL

Utworzono: poniedziałek, 31, maj 2010
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