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Indonesia - Water Withdrawal - Industrial water withdrawal

(billion cubic meters per year)
in 2005

Between 1990 and 2005, industrial water withdrawal of Indonesia grew substantially from 0.38 to 24.65 billion cubic meters per year rising at an increasing annual rate that reached a maximum of 1,867.55 % in 2000 and then decreased to 233.20 % in 2005.

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Annual quantity of water withdrawn for industrial uses. It includes renewable water resources as well as potential over-abstraction of renewable groundwater or withdrawal of fossil groundwater and potential use of desalinated water or treated wastewater. This sector refers to self-supplied industries not connected to the public distribution network. The ratio between net consumption and withdrawal is estimated at less than 5%. It includes water for the cooling of thermoelectric plants, but it does not include hydropower.

Date Value Change, %
2005 24.65 233.20 %
2000 7.40 1,867.55 %
1990 0.38