THE DIAGRAM SHOWS HOW RAINWATER IS COLLECTED FOR THE USE OF DRINKING WATER IN AN AUSTRALIAN TOWN.
SUMMARIZE THE INFORMATION BY SELECTING AND REPORTING MAIN FEATURES.
The diagram illustrates how an Australian town collects the rainwaters to process with a view to using drinking water. The entire process describes five main stages from water collecting to purifying for use.
To begin with, the rainwater from the rooftop is collected by the gutter and runs downs the pipe fitted by the house. This pipe is connected to the underground drains at the bottom of the house. Each house collects
rainwater which subsequently is passed along the underground drains to the water filter.
Then after, the rainwater passes through the water filter that removes most impurities found in water. Once it is processed, it goes through the pipes to a storage tank. The water collected in the storage tank passes through to the water treatment. At this stage, the water is treated with chemicals to make it suitable for consumption. Finally, water is ready for drinking, leading back into houses for people in the town.