Braybrook College has been involved in the Schools Water Efficiency Program. The program monitors electricity and water storage in the school. This data is used to assess areas that could be improved to reduce wastage, such as old pipes and switching off appliances.

By addressing these issues, the school has saved over 15 million litres of water and more than $50,000 in water and sewer charges.

The College will be using this data to develop future strategies to make the school more sustainable.

The College was featured in a SWEP case study, which can be found here.

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