SHOROC State of the Region Report

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Key Indicators

Total Potable Water Use in Kilolitres (kL) for:

  • Residential uses per capita.
  • All uses within the SHOROC Region.
  • Local government operations.

Target (SHOROC Region)

Decrease consumption of potable water use over time as water efficiency measures increase.

What is the current situation/trend?

Trend in Potable Water Use for the SHOROC Region over Time

Indicator

Direction / Target

SHOROC Region percentage change from 2006/7 to 2011/12

Is the Indicator On-Track

Indicator No.29:Total Potable water use (kL) per capita for Residential uses. Decrease consumption of potable water over time as water efficiency measures increase. 8.25% decrease in the consumption of potable water. on-track Indicator is on-track
Indicator No.30:Total potable water use for all uses within the SHOROC Region (kL). Decrease consumption of potable water over time as water efficiency measures increase. 2.16% decrease in consumption of potable water. on-track Indicator is on-track
Indicator No.30:Total potable water use for all Local government operations. Decrease consumption of potable water over time as water efficiency measures increase. 20.09% decrease in the consumption of potable water. on-track Indicator is on-track

 

Please refer to the below table for more detailed information on the current situation / trends.

TOTAL POTABLE WATER USE IN KILOLITRES (kL) FOR:

Residential uses per capita; All uses within the SHOROC Region; & Local Government Operations.

INDICATORS

 

YEAR

AREA COVERED

Is the Indicator On-Track to Meet it’s Direction/Target?

SHOROC Region percentage change from 2006/7 to 2011/12

MANLY

MOSMAN

PITTWATER

WARRINGAH

SHOROC REGION

Indicator No. 28:Total residential potable water use (kL per capita*)Direction / Target** 06/07 80 88 75 84 81.75 on-track Indicator is on-track8.25% decrease in the consumption of potable water between 2006/7 to 2011/12.
07/08 76 83 72 80 77.75
08/09 77 86 75 82 80
09/10 76 89 76 83 81
10/11 79 89 77 74 80
11/12 78 89 74 72 75
Indicator No. 28:Total potable water use (kL) by the SHOROC Region.Direction / Target** 06/07 3,776,919 2,903,941 5,064,615 11,727,414 23,472,889 on-track Indicator  is on-track2.16% decrease in consumption of potable water between 2006/7 and 2011/12.
07/08 3,565,403 2,816,409 4,709,263 11,277,076 22,368,151
08/09 3,774,512 2,915,400 4,910,571 11,581,445 23,181,928
09/10 3,726,619 3,019,243 5,181,272 11,963,629 23,890,763
10/11 3,776,367 2,966,059 5,055,431 11,852,766 23,350,623
11/12 3,661,769 2,841,397 4,885,643 11,576,617 22,965,426
Indicator No.30:Total potable water use (kL) for local government  operations in the SHOROC Region.Direction / Target** 06/07 104,967 50,000 119,615 110,359 384,941 on-track Indicator is  on-track20.09% decrease in the consumption of potable water by local government operations in the SHOROC Region between 2006/7 and 2011/12
07/08 79,185 43,981 104,356 130,079 357,601
08/09 80,350 49,690 120,963 115,927 366,930
09/10 82,213 48,861 131,715 151,087 413,876
10/11 90,894 48,352 118,664 169,069 426,979
11/12 85,486 46,125 123,415 121,577 307,603
** Indicator Direction / Target: Decrease consumption of potable water over time as water efficiency measures increase.

Why use these indicators and what do they mean for the overall Health and Wellbeing of the SHOROC Region?

SHOROC is using these indicators to monitor what the state of play is in respect to potable water consumption within the SHOROC Region over time. A decrease in the consumption of potable water per annum would indicate improved efficiency and sustainability, when measuring the overall health and wellbeing of the SHOROC Region.

Updated July 2013