Best Practice for Unmeasured Per Capita Consumption Monitors
ISBN: 1 84057 162 4
Within the annual water balance, water companies have to estimate unmeasured per capita consumption (PCC) for which various methods are available. The primary project objective was to develop best practice for estimating unmeasured PCC. Other objectives were to identify explanatory factors for regional variation in PCC, to assess the benefits of adopting a per household measure and to undertake a feasibility study for a national micro- component monitor. The report contains detailed descriptions of best practice for estimating unmeasured PCC and guides the reader through the steps for designing or reviewing PCC monitors. Conclusions for the other objectives are also given.
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