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Water demand


Water demand takes into account the consumer demand and non-consumptive demand.
The first is the application areas that collect water and absorb or transformed. It is the water used for:


 the beverage
 irrigation,
 watering livestock
 construction work


The 2nd is the application areas where the water used can still be then exploited for other purposes . This is the example of the water used for :


 the operation of the turbines for the production of hydroelectricity
 fishing / fish farming
 tourism ... .


The consumer demand


It is the largest in the AEG competence space.
Without being able to estimate the quantities of each category of application , we only mention the different categories :


domestic demand


 Urban with oneâ : 40 l / day / capita
 rural areas: 20 l / day / capita.


Demand for livestock : 35 l / day / tropical livestock unit


Demand for irrigation


 small schemes : 1500 m3 / ha / year
 shallow improved : 5500 m3 / ha / year
 gardening : 8000 m3 / ha / year.


The non-consumptive demand


 Hydropower ( SONABEL- Kompienga )
 fishing / fish farming and forestry
 the environment, tourism and leisure
 gold panning .



To conclude on this point water demands we note that unless specific data AEG competence area , we remain in the estimates of national level are :


 irrigation: 64%
 Domestic water : 21%
 Livestock : 14%



However, requests for public works and buildings , for the gold mining industry and grow in the area.
 

Is hereby established for the benefit of public interest group / water agencies , abbreviated GIP- Agencies water, a special tax called Financial contribution in water abbreviated CFE , on the collection of raw water , changing the water regime and water pollution .

Loi portant institution de la CFE
Décret promulgant la loi sur la CFE
Etat des lieux de la mise en œuvre des dispositions concernant la CFE
Formulaire de déclaration d’activités en matière de prélèvement d’eau brute