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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Climate and Consumption Pattern -Demand and Supply of Water District concessionaires

( Vol-6,Issue-4,April 2020 )

Author(s): Edilyn Audar, Alyssa Genikka AvendaƱo, Jessa Marie Granada, Charmaine Alpha Padilla, Felipe Balaria



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Page No: 183-185
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.64.4

Keywords:

Climate change, flooding, Government-Owned Controlled Corporation.

Abstract:

This study aimed to describe the climate and consumption pattern-demand and supply in Santa Rosa, Nueva Ecija of Water District Concessionaires from the year 2016-2018. It looked into which season and year have a high or low water supply and consumption. The descriptive research design was utilized and gathered data were primarily taken from the Monthly Data Sheet from Production Division of Santa Rosa (N.E.) Water District. The demand presented the meter billed while the supply illustrated the production of the Santa Rosa (N.E.) Water District. The study revealed that the concessionaires were consuming more in the dry season rather than in the rainy season. They have the highest water supply in 2018 with 3,355,162 cubic meters while 2016 has the lowest with 2,792,392 cubic meters. As to the percentage consumption, the respondents consume 82.37% of supply in 2018 (2,763,679/3,355,162x 100%), 86.44% in 2017 (2,581,267/2,986,165 x100%) and 85.13% in 2016 which disclosed that the respondents consume more water percentage in 2017 than in 2016 and 2018.

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