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Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry. 2005. Draft technical summary of water accounts


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Draft technical summary of water accounts.

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The Natural Resource Accounts (NRA) for water record the consumption levels of water for different economic sectors , the cost of supplying this water and the user charges levied by certain suppliers. The accounts also document the sustainable amount of water available from various sources and the economic benefits that can be derived from using water.

Year: 2005

Type: Report

Origin: Department of Water Affairs, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry

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