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East Alligator district centre water supply assessment : Kakadu National Park

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Title

East Alligator district centre water supply assessment : Kakadu National Park

Other title

D . Pidsley

Creator

Jamieson, M.; Pidsley, D.; Paiva, Jerome

Collection

E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Technical Report ; 26/1991

Date

1991-02-26

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1991

Language

English

Subject

Water-supply -- Northern Territory -- Kakadu National Park; Groundwater -- Northern Territory -- Kakadu National Park; Kakadu National Park (N.T.)

Publisher name

Power and Water Authority

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Technical Report ; 26/1991

Format

1 v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.

File type

application/pdf.

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/229020

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/673451

Page content

Technical Report WRD91026 Viewed at 15:07:48 on 29/07/2010 Page 30 of 107. 3.2.3 Ranger/Sta::f Houses An average daily consumption of 1000 Ii tres per capita per day was used to compute the water demand of the ranger staff living in the park. this includes domestic demand, fire demand and losses and waste (Reference 1). A peak hourly demand of 187.5 litres per hour was estimated on the assumption that the maximum daily consumption is 2.25 times the mean daily consumption for the year, and the maximum hourly consumption to be 1/12 of the maximum daily rate (Reference 1). 3.2.4 Border Sto,ce and youth Hostel The border store has residential staff of 2 people while the youth hostel has 20 beds and 2 residential staff. A mean daily demand of 1000 1 ii:res per capita for the staff and 150 1 i tres per capita for the hostel visitors was assumed. During the peak of the tourist SE,ason the youth hostel is said to be fully occupied. The peak hourly d'~mand of the residential staff was estimated at 187.5 litres p,r hour per capita and that of the hostellers was taken as 60% o:E the mean daily demand used in 3 hours. 3.2.5 Fish Cleaning Facility A total of 100 fish caught and cleaned at this facility during the peak day of the tourist season (in 1990) was assumed. A water demand of 10 litres per fish cleaned was also assumed. At the fish cleaning facility 2 x 50 mm taps have been provided. A peak hourly demand of 0.2 litres per second has been assumed. 3.2.6 Routine Cleaning An allowance of 500 litres per day was made for routine cleaning of each of the ablution blocks and for the treatment house and workshop. 005MJ


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