5 days ago ... How much water does the average person use at home per day? Water science
questions and answers, from the USGS Water Science School.
3 gallons per flush x 6-8 flushes per day = 18-24 gallons2. A full tub is about 36
gallons ... The average person uses 101.5 gallons of water Per day. Here's How:.
The average American family of four uses 400 gallons of water per day. ...
Standard toilets use 1.6 gallons per flush, while older toilets can use as much as
3.5 to 7 ... that alone can save a person more than 200 gallons of water per
How much water does an 'average' person/household use? ... of people living at
home, ANNUAL WATER USAGE IN CUBIC METRES, LITRES PER DAY.
A human can survive for a month or more without eating food, but only a week ...
The average American uses 176 gallons of water per day compared to 5 ...
Higher prices will lead households, farmers and industries to use water more
efficiently. ... much of that allotment to water its more than 60 golf courses:
This calculator is designed to give information of where and how much water we
use. ... Toilet Water Use. Average Number Of Flushes Daily Per Person. Gallons ...
The UN say that a human being needs 50 litres of water per day in order to ...
However, many humans in Africa must get along with 20 litres water per day.
Nov 11, 2010 ... The Average Arizonan uses 136 gallons of water per day ... A: Thank you for your
interest in saving water and concerns for your household water use. ... gallons,
we'll divide by 3 people = 8,000 gallons per person per month.
Mar 3, 2014 ... Americans use twice the amount of water they think they do. ... particularly
oblivious about how much H2O they flush down the toilet on a daily ... In 2005,
the average American was estimated to use about 98 gallons per day.
Nov 4, 2014 ... In California, water use is all over the map ... residents on average used more
than 580 gallons of water a day in September. ... estimates of residential daily
water use per person in September, ... The heaviest water users, the data
showed, used more than 10 times as much as those who used the least.