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To assess your home's water consumption, conduct a household water audit. This evaluation helps measure water usage and identify opportunities for conservation. The process involves calculating water usage and identifying simple methods to reduce consumption. It's vital to note that water usage fluctuates seasonally, with warmer months typically seeing increased usage for activities such as gardening and car washing. Even if you conduct the audit during colder months, consider the additional water used in warmer seasons. The American Water Works Association estimates the average daily indoor water use per person at 94 gallons, excluding outdoor activities like lawn irrigation and car washing.

A Water Audit is the analysis of usage of water by a business entity for its operations & for domestic purposes. The business entity could be an industrial entity, an infrastructure or a mining entity. The Water Audit encompasses everything from the start of water delivery to the point where it is recycled and used in various other purposes, such as for washrooms, gardening or any other purposes. The Water Audit is used to establishes the quantity of water being used in the manufacturing process domestic purposes, wastage, leakages & excess usage of water. The audit also identifies areas where consumption can be reduced. It is also used to analyze water treatment systems in place and how to improve efficiency and reduce usage of water.

The Water audit is a two-stage process.  It includes a preliminary water survey and detailed water audit. The Preliminary water survey is performed to collect basic information of the manufacturing activities of the plant, its total water consumption and water discharge pattern and water billing, rates and water cess.

After the preliminary water usage data is collected, a detailed water audit is performed, which involves the below steps:

Holding On-site discussions with the plant manager and other associated personnel

Analysis of the complete Water system

Quantification of baseline water map

The data from the Monitoring and measurements such as piezometers, digital flow meters etc

Quantification of inefficiencies and leaks

Amount of total water loads and discharges

Quantification of variability in flows and quality parameters

Strategies for effective water treatment with recycling & reuse of the recycled water

A detailed water balance report is prepared. The mapping of Water quality requirement at various user areas is done to find out water recycling and water reuse alternatives.

The final draft of the detailed water audit report should contain the following:


The patterns of water consumption and wastewater generation

Water usage heads and the conservation of water

Complete water balance report of the manufacturing, infrastructure or mining entity.

The areas where water could be saved or conserved.

How the recommended guidelines are to be implemented

Complete description and data for water usage, recycling, reuse etc.

Total Investment required to implement the suggested changes

Water audits act as an instrument to identify areas of higher specific water use, assess wastewater pollutant load and determine techniques for mitigation through the application of the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) principle.

Water audit

A Water audit is a (domestic/household), process similar to an energy audit, which is the procedure of quantifying all the flows of water in a system to understand its usage, reduce losses, and improve water conservation. To elaborate, a water audit is a study of the examines of all uses of the water. It begins at the point where water enters the premises and goes up to the point where the wastewater is discharged. The water audit involves quantity/volume of water being used, wastage if any, leakages existing, excess use, etc., and identifies areas where consumption can be reduced.

The aim of the water audit is to improve treatment practices and methods associated with cost-benefit analyses. It also recommends the setting up of a system to maintain a record of the amount of water entering a system and to keep track of how this water is distributed and used. Moreover, it involves a preliminary water survey and a detailed water audit. A primary water survey is conducted to collect background information regarding plant activities, water consumption water discharge pattern water billing, rates, and water cess.

Water Audit in India is Conducted, Involving the Following Steps

  • Gather all qualitative and qualitative data on water resources.
  • Mapping the water supply infrastructure and identifying areas where the a high need for water.
  • Evaluate water consumption patterns.
  • Identify and quantify water leaks due to losses.
  • Maintain the accuracy of water meters.
  • Promote the implementation of rainwater harvesting systems.
  • Conduct regular water quality tests. 
  • Involve local communities in water conservation efforts. 
  • Review existing water policies and regulations.
  • Develop long-term water management.


Advantages of Conducting a Water Audit

In a world where there's not enough water, it's crucial to manage it wisely. That's where a water audit comes in. Through this water audit, we can closely look at how can we use water and bring lots of benefits for people, businesses, and the environment. Let's explore why it's such a big deal.

  • Water Conservation: A water audit plays a crucial role in top areas of water wastage, enabling the implementation of water-saving measures. This, in turn, contributes significantly to the conservation of water resources.
  • Financial Savings: Identifying inefficiencies and leaks through water audits can lead to substantial cost savings. Businesses and households can shorten excessive water bills by handling these issues, resulting in actual financial benefits.
  • Environmental Advantages: The conservation of water facilitated by water audits extends beyond immediate financial gains. It serves to protect natural water sources and ecosystems while simultaneously reducing energy consumption linked to water treatment and distribution, thereby contributing to a lower overall carbon footprint.
  • Regulatory Alignment: Numerous jurisdictions have implemented water conservation regulations, and conducting a water audit ensures compliance with these standards. Businesses and individuals can avoid penalties by actively managing any discrepancies identified during the audit process.
  • Enhanced Operational Efficiency: Water audits offer valuable insights into water management practices. This information empowers businesses to optimize their processes, promoting improvements in overall operational efficiency.


About Meta Corp - How We Can Help You With Water Audit Process for any Purpose

MetaCorp is over 7+ years experienced firm that delivers 300+ certifications. Our commitment lies in the guiding principle "Your compliance is our priority." We have a skilled team that helps you to understand your regulatory obligations and how to effectively deal with it. As a trusted name in the industry, we understand the important role that responsible water management plays in safeguarding our precious resources. Through our expert water audit services, we aim to empower individuals and businesses to optimize their water usage, reduce costs, and contribute to a more sustainable and water-efficient future. Join us on this journey towards responsible water stewardship. 


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