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1345.4 - SA Stats, Jan 2011  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 25/01/2011   
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FORTHCOMING ISSUES

ISSUE Release Date
February 2011 22 February 2011
March 2011 29 March 2011
April 2011 28 April 2011
May 2011 31 May 2011
June 2011 28 June 2011



WHAT'S NEW THIS MONTH

This month's SA Stats presents a feature article highlighting water consumption trends and water conservation actions of South Australian households. Attention is given to the periods when water saving strategies were introduced by the South Australian Government, namely Permanent Water Conservation Measures (2003) and Level 3 Water Restrictions (2007).

Recent data from SA Water show that South Australian households reduced their average daily consumption of water from 756 litres (L) in 2000-01 to 501 L in 2009-10, a decrease of 34%. For the corresponding period, the state's daily water consumption per capita (or person) fell from 539 L to 385 L - a 29% decrease.

Topics which have been updated with new data in this month's issue of SA Stats include: Construction; Consumption; Demography; Housing Finance; International Merchandise Trade; Labour Force; and Water.


INQUIRIES

For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 or Arnold Strals on Adelaide (08) 8237 7365, or email <sa.statistics@abs.gov.au>.


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