Australian Bureau of Statistics
4652.5 - Domestic Use of Water and Energy, WA, Oct 2006
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Most of Western Australia's (WA) households depend on mains water, and many homes are air conditioned, according to a water and energy snapshot released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today.
As at October 2006, the majority (95%) of households in WA rely on mains water supply for their water needs, and of these 22% also have bore water and 9% have a rain water tank.
Nearly three-quarters (71%) of WA's homes have air conditioning, and most (89%) have heating.
Only about one in six households (15%) have a solar hot water system.
Nearly all Perth households have gardens and lawns (92%), and more than two-thirds (68%) of these used mulch on their garden in the previous year.
Over a third (36%) of Perth households recycle water into the garden, and most households in Perth (84%) use dual flush toilets.
Further information is available in Domestic Use of Water and Energy, Western Australia, October 2006 (cat. no. 4652.5).
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This page last updated 29 May 2007