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Data Society (2022). Water Conservation Data [Dataset]. https://data.world/data-society/water-conservation-data

Water Conservation Data

Reporting compliance by water suppliers in drought-stricken California from June 2015 - August 2016.

156 scholarly articles cite this dataset (View in Google Scholar)
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Dataset updated
Apr 5, 2022
Dataset provided by
data.world
Authors
Data Society
Description

California has been dealing with the effects of an unprecedented drought. September 2016 marks the 16th month since the state’s 400-plus urban water suppliers were directed to be in compliance with the emergency conservation standards that followed the Governor’s April 1, 2015, Executive Order. The State Water Board has been requiring water delivery information from urban water suppliers for 28 consecutive months, following the historic July 2014 board action to adopt emergency water conservation regulations.

On May 18, following the Governor’s May 9 Executive Order, the Board adopted a statewide water conservation approach that replaces the prior percentage reduction-based water conservation standard with a localized “stress test” approach that mandates urban water suppliers act now to ensure at least a three-year supply of water to their customers under drought conditions.

This dataset describes the cumulative savings and compliance of water suppliers from June 2015 - August 2016.

Inspiration

  • What percentage of suppliers are actually meeting water conservation compliance standards?
  • Which hydrologic regions of California are in most danger of not meeting their residents' water needs?
  • Which city has the most residential gallons per capita per day (R-GPCD)? The least?
  • Are any cities outliers within their hydrological regions? Why might they be more or less successful in their water conservation efforts?

Source: Kaggle

https://www.kaggle.com/calepa/water-conservation-supplier-compliance

Original Source:

http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/conservation_portal/conservation_reporting.shtml

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