How much water do you use?!
Thank you for partecipating to this new data collection!
In this survey we ask you to READ YOUR WATER METER for two consecutive evenings just before going to sleep, in order to understand the consumption of water in your home within a 24 hours period. If you don't know how to read your water meter the following link might help you:
It's very important for us to have accurate and reliable data. Remember to CONVERT your reading from CUBIC METERS to LITRES while also ADDING THE DECIMALS you'll read on your water meter/s. More info on how to do this is avaiable on the site:
If you have an independent boiler, it means that you heat your own water and you should have only a SINGLE WATER METER that measures how much cold water you use. If you instead have a shared boiler that heats water for more than one apartment/house, you should then find TWO WATER METERS: one for cold water and one for hot water, both for your home water intake.
For more information visit the site:
or the FAQ section:
How old are you?
What's your gender?
In which municiality do you live? (es. Bologna)
What's your postcode?
How many people live with you?
Do you know where the water meter is located in your house?
How many water meters do you have (or have found)?
One (only cold water)
Two (one for cold water and one for hot water)
Do you know how to read it?
Yes, I read it often
Yes, I read it sometimes
Yes, but I never read it
No, I don't care
No, I don't know how to read it
Which type of water meter is installed in your house/apartment?
Direct reading (numeration)
Needles (like a clock)
Please write your first evening reading of the COLD water meter (write the number in LITERS adding decimals at the end).
Please write your second evening reading of the COLD water meter (write the number in LITERS adding decimals at the end).
If you have got it, please write also your first evening reading of the HOT water meter (write the number in LITERS adding decimals at the end).
If you have got it, please write also your second evening reading of the HOT water meter (write the number in LITERS adding decimals at the end).
Write the date of your SECOND evening reading
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