East Alligator district centre water supply assessment : Kakadu National Park
D . Pidsley
Jamieson, M.; Pidsley, D.; Paiva, Jerome
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Technical Report ; 26/1991
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Water-supply -- Northern Territory -- Kakadu National Park; Groundwater -- Northern Territory -- Kakadu National Park; Kakadu National Park (N.T.)
Power and Water Authority
Technical Report ; 26/1991
1 v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
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Technical Report WRD91026 Viewed at 15:07:48 on 29/07/2010 Page 29 of 107. 3.:2.1 Campers The daily water demand for campers at Merl 1 and 2 was estimated as follows: Drinking 2 L ~~oilet flush 3 x 11 L 33 L Showers 2 x 5 mins x 9 Ljmin 90 L Handwashing cleaning teeth 7 L washing dishes 10 L Cooking 8 L TOTAL 150 L This compares with an average daily camper demand of 142 L used by the Northern Tec:-ritory Conservation Commission for the design of the water supply system for the Upper Roper River Park (Reference 2). The peak hourly demand was estimated on the assumption that 60% of the peak daily demand at the camping ground would be used up in a period of 3 hours (5 pm to 8 pm). 3.2.2 Day Visito:~ The per capita water demand for day visitors to Obiri was estimated as follows: Drinking 2 L Toilet flush 1 x 11 L 11 L Handwashing 2 L washing dishes 3 L 18 L The peak hourly demand was estimated on the assumption that the 405 visitors would use the 18 litres per capita in 3 hours. 005MJ