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According to the Consumer Council for Waters website the average water usage is shown below. More deatils can be found on their website www.ccwater.org.uk
The table below provides an approximate guide to how much water different types of households might use. The table is a rough guide only. If you want more detail about how much water you think you will use, please calculate your usage using our water meter calculator.
Living at Home
IN CUBIC METRES
|Annual cost base on £3.0 per cubic metre|
|Low / Average / High||Low/Average/High|
|One||45 / 66 / 100||135/198/300|
|Two||55 / 110 / 136||165/330/408|
|Three||82 / 136 / 175||246/408/525|
|Four||110 / 165 / 210||330/495/630|
|Five||136 / 182 / 245||408/546/735|
|Six||155 / 200 / 265||465/600/795|
The prices are average and a guideline only, based on a household receiving water and wastewater services from Southern Water during 2012/2013. The guides are based on a flat profile of water consumption throughout the year.
This charge is worked out on the basis that 92.5 per cent of water used goes into the sewers, because some is used in the gardens or evaporates.
The £3.5 figure has been calculated to include the standing charge applied to water supply and waste water.
Typical cost for using water in the home
|Domestic use||Water Cost (pence)||Litres Used|
|Flushing the Toilet||1.0-3.0||6-9.5|
|Watering the garden||160.0||540 per hour|
|Using a dishwasher||6||20|
|Above Source: Ofwat 2009|
|Water softener cleaning||5.0||17|
|Water softener cleaning||9.0||30|
Note: cost for water softeners does not include the cost of the salt
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