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Billed Water Consumption Report

Water use in Winnipeg has continued to decline since the peak in 1990. Usage has decreased by more than 29% from 88,330 million litres in 1990 to 62,357 million litres in 2013. Declining water use allows the City to maintain our abundant water supply and defer capital water infrastructure upgrades. If you are interested in slowing the flow please visit our water conservation page.

Billed Water Consumption

The chart below shows the annual trend in Billed Water Consumption since 1977.

Billed Water Consumption is water sold. It includes the metered and estimated residential, commercial, and industrial consumption.


Summary Table
Statistic 2013
Authorized Consumption 1 63.29 GL
Average Day Water Consumed 2 173.4 ML/d
Per Capita Water Consumed 3 247.9 L/c/d
Revenue Water 4 62.36 GL

GL - Gigalitres | ML/d - Megalitres per day | L/c/d - Litres per capita per day

Revenue Water Breakdown

The majority of water use in Winnipeg is residential followed by commercial use. Below is a breakdown of Revenue Water.

Summary Table
Statistic 2012
Authorized Consumption 1 65.96 GL
Average Day Water Consumed 2 180.2 ML/d
Per Capita Water Consumed 3 255.7 L/c/d
Revenue Water 4 64.91 GL

GL - Gigalitres | ML/d - Megalitres per day | L/c/d - Litres per capita per day

Revenue Water Breakdown

The majority of water use in Winnipeg is residential followed by commercial use. Below is a breakdown of Revenue Water.

Summary Table
Statistic 2011
Authorized Consumption 1 66.25 GL
Average Day Water Consumed 2 181.5 ML/d
Per Capita Water Consumed 3 261.5 L/c/d
Revenue Water 4 65.25 GL

GL - Gigalitres | ML/d - Megalitres per day | L/c/d - Litres per capita per day

Revenue Water Breakdown

The majority of water use in Winnipeg is residential followed by commercial use. Below is a breakdown of Revenue Water.

Questions about water supply and consumption?

Last updated: December 22, 2014

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