Facts and Statistics

The municipal Water Management Center in Fukuoka monitors the amount of water being used 24 hours a day, to ensure efficiency in its supply everywhere in the city.

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If each resident in Fukuoka were to cut their daily water use by 10 liters, after one year the water saved would be equivalent to the amount in an average reservoir behind a dam.

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A product developed by Japanese Company Toto Ltd. reduces water used in a shower by more than 35% while providing a wash that is both effective and pleasant.
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Japanese toilet have lowered water consumption to 3.8 liters per flush, better than any other toilet in the world.
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72 percent of Japanese make some effort to conserve water.
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37.5 percent of Japanese get their drinking water from the tap; 32 use water purifiers and 29.6 percent drink bottled water.
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One way Japanese conserve water is by using bath water for several baths and then using the leftover water for washing clothes.
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Families in the United States and Japan use 10 times as much water as families in Kenya and dry areas of China.
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A three-member Japanese family used 280.7 liters a day compared to 223 liters for a family of 11 in Kenya and 800 liters for a family of four in the United States.
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But before a single drop reaches consumers it must clear 51 strict quality standards set by the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare, including checks for toxicity and harmful contaminants, along with tests to ensure a palatable tint, clarity, and smell.
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