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In Armenia, annual household water use has fluctuated significantly in recent years, dropping between 2000-2009, and then increasing between 2009-2017, due to the expansion of the public water supply network to rural areas. As a result of this expansion, the total water volume supplied to households by the water supply industry increased from 61.4 million m3 in 2009 to 107.6 million m3 in 2017. Over the same time, the country’s population has decreased by 7 %. Water losses during transport remain high, with an average rate of 30 % of total water supply, posing high pressure mainly on groundwater resources. In 2017, on average, an Armenian citizen used 36 m3 of water from renewable freshwater resources. This corresponds to approximately 98.6 l of freshwater per capita per day.

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