China News Service, Beijing, September 16 (Reporter Chen Su) The reporter learned from the Ministry of Water Resources of China on the 16th that China’s water consumption per 10,000 yuan of GDP (gross domestic product) in 2019 decreased by 23.8% compared to 2015. Beijing, Tianjin, and Shanghai Currently the most "water-saving" area in China.
Recently, the National Water Conservation Office conducted a statistical analysis of water efficiency in China.
Statistics show that in 2019, China's water consumption per 10,000 yuan of GDP was 60.8 cubic meters, a decrease of 23.8% compared to 2015; water consumption for 10,000 yuan of industrial added value was 38.4 cubic meters, a decrease of 27.5% compared to 2015; farmland irrigation water The effective utilization factor reached 0.559, an increase of 0.023 compared with 2015.
In terms of water consumption per 10,000 yuan of GDP, Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Shandong, Chongqing, Shaanxi, Guangdong, Fujian, and Henan rank the top ten in terms of water use efficiency, all of which are less than 44 cubic meters. Heilongjiang, respectively, 432.2 cubic meters and 228.0 cubic meters.
In terms of water consumption per 10,000 yuan of industrial added value, the top ten are Beijing, Tianjin, Shandong, Shaanxi, Hebei, Zhejiang, Shanxi, Liaoning, Guangdong, and Henan, all of which are less than 25 cubic meters, followed by Tibet, Guangxi and Hunan are higher than 78 cubic meters.
In terms of the effective utilization coefficient of farmland irrigation water, the top ten are Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, Henan, Jiangsu, Heilongjiang, Zhejiang, and Jilin, followed by Tibet, Sichuan, and Guizhou.
The Ministry of Water Resources pointed out that the statistics show that China's national water-saving actions have achieved positive results. However, in terms of local conditions, the gap between the top provinces and the bottom provinces is still large, and the foundation of water conservation work in some places is relatively weak. , Need to intensify efforts to tap water-saving potential.