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48 pence per cubic metre until 1,000 megalitres and 52.
Mr Edis said the company had reported an estimated 340 megalitres per day of water loss while the true figure was 514 megalitres.
And Severn Trent said 10,000 homes in Tewkesbury, Glos, were due to get mains water last night after twenty megalitres were fed from Strensham water treatment works in South Worcestershire.
A costs/benefits analysis undertaken by the RSPB, (7) using reports produced by Defra, UK Water Industry Research, and the Housing Corporation, has found that building all new homes to the Building Research Establishment's EcoHomes 'excellent' standard could save 10,000 megalitres of water per year (implying savings of 1.
The mine is licensed to use a total of 4,200 megalitres of water a year from the Cadiangullong Creek, Cadia Creek and other local watercourses.
the weir could add 76,000 megalitres of water for agricultural production along the Fitzroy River, as well as an eventual back-up supply for Gladstone, Rockhampton and Livingstone Shire.
The scheme will also double capacity in the region to around 500 megalitres per day.
Llyn Celyn has a capacity of 71,200 megalitres of water, the biggest dam in Wales.
The Midlands Water Scheme (MWS), one of the largest of the proposed irrigation schemes, would pump 45 000 megalitres (ML) of water from Arthur's Lake and the lower South Esk River to farms in the Midlands.
com)-- During the winter months, the Isle of Man Water Authority supplies an average of 26 megalitres of water per day to 31,000 connections over an approximate area of 250 square miles.
It says that although it does extract more than 200,000 megalitres of water annually from the chalk aquifer under the Thames Basin, it's simply supplying local water for local people--all 3.