6: Ensuring an Adequate Supply of Drinking Water for Future Generations
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WATER USE PER PERSON
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THURSTON COUNTY
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YearTotal Water (million gallons per day)PopulationWater Use per capita (gallons per day)
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USGS Estimate198528.6139,738205
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199032.4161,238201
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199540.1186,419215
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200048.8207,355235
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200553.2229,286232
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201052.3252,264207
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201548.2267,400180
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Target202052.1295,900176
based on 15 percent reduction in per capita water use from 2010 usage
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203551.5370,600139
based on 33 percent reduction in per capita water use from 2010 usage
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WATER USE BY SECTOR
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THURSTON COUNTY
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IN MILLION GALLONS PER DAY
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Public supply
DomesticCommercialIndustrial
Thermoelectric
MiningLivestockAquacultureIrrigationTotal Water
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198513.85.30.14.0*0.1**5.428.6
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199016.65.80.15.1*0.1**4.732.4
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199519.09.30.15.1*0.2**6.440.1
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200024.88.7*4.20.00.61.32.17.248.8
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200523.24.3*4.30.01.01.111.18.353.2
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201021.94.0*3.80.00.80.611.79.452.3
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201522.64.9*2.80.00.80.610.56.148.2
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SOURCE
Water Usage: United States Geologic Survey, National Water Information System
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https://waterdata.usgs.gov/wa/nwis/water_use?
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Population: Thurston Regional Planning Council
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NOTE
Estimates only include freshwater water use
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* value not published
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UPDATED10/26/2018
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