Goodliness Cleanliness


Getting yourself clean takes water but how much water depends on how you wash. If your water is metered you'll want to use less, if you are concerned about water shortages in your part of the world you'll want to use less. Using less water for things we do regularly (you do wash regularly don't you?) is a no-brainer.

Goodliness Cleanliness level 1

Take a 5 minute shower.

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Take Five Minute Showers

Take Five Minute Showers

Water conservation - seems it's required all over the world!
1 minutes


How much water does a bath take?

About 80 litres.

I only ever have a bath, do you have a quest for me?

We certainly do. Go to the next level!

Beware of

Power showers

There are more water efficient (but still feels powerful) ways to blast the water out now - like aerating shower heads and low flow shower heads.

How the points breakdown

  • Travel
  • Food
  • Pollution and waste
  • Energy
  • Animal rights
  • Human rights
  • Education and culture
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Water
  • Land and community
  • Finance
  • Building
  • Biodiversity

How to get more points and earn coins too...

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Do it again?

You can do this quest as many times as you like. The more times you repeat this quest, the more badges and points you will get!


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