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Table 2

Physical supply table for the average year 1980/81–2011/12 (hm3)

B. Physical supply table (hm3)Industries (by ISIC category)
HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal
1–35–33, 41–4335363738, 39, 45–99Total
Within the economy 4. Supply of water to other economic units of which: 27 27 88 81 196 
4.a Reused water      27 27 88  115 
4.b Transfers from other territories         81 81 
Into the environment 5. Total returns (=5.a + 5.b) 835 81 6,590 91 7,598 301 7,898 
5.a To water resources 726 81 6,590 57 7,454 187  7,641 
 5.a.i Surface water 271 81 6,590   57 6,999 187  7,186 
 5.a.ii Groundwater 455    455  455 
 5.a.iii Soil water           
5.b To other sources 109     35 144 113  257 
 6. Total supply of water (=4 + 5) 835 81 6,590 118 7,624 389 81 8,094 
 7. Consumption (=3–6) 7,087 20 32 7,144 18 –81 7,081 
 7.a Losses from evaporation   32    32   32 
 7.b Losses in distribution not because of leakages           
B. Physical supply table (hm3)Industries (by ISIC category)
HouseholdsRest of the worldTotal
1–35–33, 41–4335363738, 39, 45–99Total
Within the economy 4. Supply of water to other economic units of which: 27 27 88 81 196 
4.a Reused water      27 27 88  115 
4.b Transfers from other territories         81 81 
Into the environment 5. Total returns (=5.a + 5.b) 835 81 6,590 91 7,598 301 7,898 
5.a To water resources 726 81 6,590 57 7,454 187  7,641 
 5.a.i Surface water 271 81 6,590   57 6,999 187  7,186 
 5.a.ii Groundwater 455    455  455 
 5.a.iii Soil water           
5.b To other sources 109     35 144 113  257 
 6. Total supply of water (=4 + 5) 835 81 6,590 118 7,624 389 81 8,094 
 7. Consumption (=3–6) 7,087 20 32 7,144 18 –81 7,081 
 7.a Losses from evaporation   32    32   32 
 7.b Losses in distribution not because of leakages           
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