IELTS Water Supply Diagram, 2015

The IELTS diagram below was reported being in the exam on 10th Oct 2015. This diagram was not drawn by me but by an IELTS student called Shindhu who got this in the academic writing task 1 test.

Water Supply Diagram: Present & Future

IELTS Water Supply Diagram Present & Future 2015

Model Answer: Water Supply Diagram

The diagram illustrates the way the water supply system currently works in Australia and the plans for future changes. Overall, the main change in the future water supply system is based on recycling water for use in the city.

The current water supply system shows that pure water is stored in a dam before being transferred to a city to be used by households, shops and factories. From the city, storm water is directed straight into the river whereas waste water is sent to the water treatment plant to be processed. After the waste water is treated, it is safe to be released into the river.

Regarding the future water supply system, it can be seen that the storage of pure water in the dam and the uses of it in the city are the same as the previous system. However, both the storm water and waste water from the city are to be directed to the water treatment plant for processing after which they will both be recycled back for use in the city. It is planned that no water will be released into the river.

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IELTS Rainwater Diagram also reported Oct 2015

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  1. Alex Logan says:

    I wish i could write like this or atleast similar to this on my paper

  2. Hi Liz.
    I love your site. It is really helpful. I want to ask you about task 2 for writing. I saw in a comment you told a guy whe the question says “is it a negative or a possitive effect?” You said you have to choose only one of them because of the word OR. What about when the question says “to what extent do you agree or disagree?” Is it the same I can only write about one of them but not both?
    Thank you in advance Liz!

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  4. Hi Liz!

    In what country did this question come out? 🙂

  5. The chart given depicts the flow of present and future water supply system in Australia.

    At present, water supply system in Australia starts at the Dam, wherein water is being stored, it will then supply pure water to City for the consumer usage like households, shops, and factories. Consequently, after usage, waste water flows to a Water treatment plant and will finally released to the river, as well as the storm water from the City.
    However, water supply system in the future will be directed to the Water treatment plant. Waste water from the City, also the storm water will be released directly to the treatment plant. Households, shops, factories and alike will received pure water from the Dam and Water treatment plant.

    In the end, it can be concluded that the projected future water supply system excludes the river on the system and all of the unclean water will be directed to Water treatment plan for recycling.

    HI maam! Just tried this chart and If you could please mark my work? Many thanks! 🙂

  6. Hello! I would just like to ask if its okay not to have an overview of the topic on the intro part? Instead, a conclusion on the last part? Thanks in advance 🙂

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