The graph below shows usual water usage (in millions of cubic meters) by industries in some countries in a year.
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This bar chart illustrates the resources of water for seven different factories measured in millions of cubic meters (mm3) for one year in several countries. Overall, it is clear that the highest water type is ground water in the most industries except for food-drinks and machinery which is public water supply. In general the main usage of water is chemicals whilst the fuel uses the least amount.
Looking to the details, the consumption of water for chemicals stand at the top 430mm3 for ground water and 240 mm3 for public supply. Meanwhile, metal factories is the next one at 240,90 mm3 for ground and public supply respectively.
In addition, paper needs around 190 mm3 of ground water while food- drinks need the exact same amount but from public supply. The rest of usage water from the public supply for paper is only 20 mm3 at the same time food –drinks require around 110 mm3 .
Finally, the needs from both ground water and public supply for fuel is 70, 10 mm3 respectively similar to textiles 80,10 mm3 , on the other hand machinery consume 10,80 mm3 of ground water and public supply respectively.
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