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  • Southwest Florida Water Management District

    Micro Irrigation System, Hernando County. Photo by J.F. Ferguson

  • The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This nondiscrimination policy involves every aspect of the Districts functions, including access to and participation in the District's programs and activities. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the District's Human Resources Director, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604‐6899; telephone (352) 796‐ 7211, ext. 4702 or 1‐800‐423‐1476 (FL only), ext. 4702; TDD (FL only) 1‐800‐231‐6103; or email to ADACoordinator@swfwmd.state.fl.us

  • Southwest Florida Water Management District

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    This report is produced by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Resource Management, Water Resources Bureau, Water Supply Section February 3, 2014 Author: John F. Ferguson, P.G. PSAR Data Editor: Yassert Gonzalez Primary SAS Programmer: Bruce Albritton Contributors: Jonathan Bilby Ted Gates, P.G. Jay Hoecker Jet Houser Bobby Lue Robert Peterson, P.G. Brent M. White This report is available on‐line at: http://www.watermatters.org You may send a request for a printed copy to info@watermatters.org In the “Print Version” of this report, some tables in Appendix A exclude permit‐level estimated quantities in order to conserve length (Print version is 218 pages). Suggested citation: Ferguson, J.F., 2014, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2012 Estimated Water Use Report: Southwest Florida Water Management District. These data were collected for specific permits by the District from various sources and methods over many years. The data obtained from the Southwest Florida Water Management District’s databases may be provisional and thus subject to revision. The District does not warrant, guarantee, or make any representations regarding the use, or the results of the use, of the data in terms of correctness, accuracy, reliability, completeness, usefulness, timeliness or otherwise and the District specifically disclaims any warranty, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular use. The data is provided “as is” and the entire risk as to quality and performance is with the user. In no event will the District be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or other damages, including loss of profit, arising out of the use of these data even if the District has been advised of the possibility of such damages. All data are intended for the Water Resource Bureaus’ and other District bureau’s use. These data do not represent an endorsement or recommendation. If you have any questions concerning these data, contact the Water Resources Bureau at (352) 796‐7211 or 1‐800‐423‐1476 (Florida).

  • 2012 ESTIMATED WATER USE REPORT

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7  INTRODUCTION 10  PUBLIC SUPPLY 18  DOMESTIC SELF‐SUPPLY USE 26  RECREATION/AESTHETIC 30  AGRICULTURE USE 34  MINING/DEWATERING 40  INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL USE 44  TOTAL WATER USED 48  LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1. WATER USE PERMITS IN THE SWFWMD, 2012 16 FIGURE 2. SWFWMD COUNTIES AND WATER USE CAUTION AREAS 17 FIGURE 3. PERCENTAGE OF PUBLIC SUPPLY WITHDRAWAL AND WATER USE BY COUNTY 25 FIGURE 4. PUBLIC SUPPLY MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY REGIONAL RAINFALL 25 FIGURE 5. PERCENTAGE DOMESTIC SELF‐SUPPLY WATER USE BY COUNTY 28 FIGURE 6. PERCENTAGE RECREATION/AESTHETIC WATER USE BY COUNTY 33 FIGURE 7. RECREATION/AESTHETIC MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY REGIONAL RAINFALL 33 FIGURE 8. PERCENTAGE AGRICULTURE WATER USE BY COUNTY 38 FIGURE 9. AGRICULTURE MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY REGIONAL RAINFALL 38 FIGURE 10. PERCENTAGE MINING/DEWATERING WATER USE BY COUNTY 43 FIGURE 11. MINING/DEWATERING MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY REGIONAL RAINFALL 43 FIGURE 12. PERCENTAGE INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL WATER USE BY COUNTY 47 FIGURE 13. INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY REGIONAL RAINFALL 47 FIGURE 14. PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL WITHDRAWAL AND TOTAL USE BY COUNTY 56 FIGURE 15. TOTAL GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER WITHDRAWAL BY COUNTY 57 FIGURE 16. GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER MONTHLY WITHDRAWAL AND MONTHLY RAINFALL 57 LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1. PUBLIC SUPPLY SERVICE AREA POPULATION AND WATER USE 23 TABLE 2. DOMESTIC SELF‐SUPPLY WATER USE BY COUNTY 27 TABLE 3. RECREATION/AESTHETIC WATER USE BY COUNTY, WATER SOURCE, AND USE TYPE 32

  • 2012 ESTIMATED WATER USE REPORT

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    TABLE 4. AGRICULTURAL WATER USE BY COUNTY, WATER SOURCE, AND USE TYPE 37 TABLE 5. MINING/DEWATERING QUANTITIES CONSUMED BY COUNTY, WATER SOURCE, AND USE TYPE 42 TABLE 6. INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL USE BY COUNTY, WATER SOURCE, AND USE TYPE 46 TABLE 7A. SUMMARY OF 10 YEARS OF METERED WATER USE DATA, 2003 ‐ 2012 50 TABLE 7B. COMPARISON OF PERMITTED QUANTITIES FOR METERED & UNMETERED WUPS 50 TABLE 8. TOTAL WATER USE BY USE CATEGORY AND COUNTY 51 TABLE 9. TOTAL WITHDRAWAL AND USE QUANTITIES BY USE CATEGORY AND COUNTY 52 TABLE 10. TOTAL PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITIES 53 TABLE 11. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITIES, METERED WUPS 54 TABLE 12. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITIES, UNMETERED WUPS 55  APPENDICES APPENDIX A SUMMARIES OF METERED WATER USE PERMITS 59  TABLE A‐1, PART 1. 2012 PUBLIC SUPPLY ANNUAL REPORT WATER USE DATA 62  TABLE A‐1, PART 2. WITHDRAWALS ON OTHER PUBLIC SUPPLY WUPS 72  TABLE A‐2. PUBLIC SUPPLY ANNUAL REPORT TOTAL USE AND RESIDENTIAL PER CAPITA 89  TABLE A‐3. PUBLIC SUPPLY ANNUAL REPORT PERMIT TO PERMIT WATER TRANSFERS 99  TABLE A‐4. TOTAL PUBLIC SUPPLY MONTHLY AVERAGE WITHDRAWALS BY COUNTY 103  TABLE A‐5. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN QUANTITIES ON RECREATION/AESTHETIC WUPS 104  TABLE A‐6. TOTAL RECREATION/AESTHETIC AVERAGE MONTHLY WITHDRAWALS BY COUNTY 150  TABLE A‐7. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN QUANTITIES ON AGRICULTURAL WUPS 151  TABLE A‐8. TOTAL AGRICULTURE MONTHLY AVERAGE WITHDRAWALS BY COUNTY 386  TABLE A‐9. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN QUANTITIES ON MINING/DEWATERING WUPS 387  TABLE A‐10. TOTAL MINING/DEWATERING MONTHLY AVERAGE WITHDRAWALS 395  TABLE A‐11. PERMITTED AND WITHDRAWN QUANTITIES ON INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL WUPS 396  TABLE A‐12. TOTAL INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL MONTHLY AVERAGE WITHDRAWALS 411 

    APPENDIX B SUMMARIES OF GROUNDWATER & SURFACE WATER PUMPAGE 412  TABLE B‐1. DISTRICT‐WIDE PER COUNTY 413  TABLE B‐2. IN THE SOUTHERN WATER USE CAUTION AREA 414  TABLE B‐3. IN THE MOST IMPACTED AREA OF THE SOUTHERN WATER USE CAUTION AREA 415  TABLE B‐4 IN THE NORTHERN TAMPA BAY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 416  TABLE B‐5. IN THE DOVER/PLANT CITY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 417 

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    APPENDIX C PERMITTED GROUNDWATER & SURFACE WATER ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITIES 418  TABLE C‐1. DISTRICT‐WIDE PER COUNTY 419  TABLE C‐2. IN THE SOUTHERN WATER USE CAUTION AREA 420  TABLE C‐3. IN THE MOST IMPACTED AREA OF THE SOUTHERN WATER USE CAUTION AREA 421  TABLE C‐4. IN THE NORTHERN TAMPA BAY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 422  TABLE C‐5. IN THE DOVER/PLANT CITY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 423  TABLE C‐6. IN THE DOVER/PLANT CITY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 424  TABLE C‐7. FREEZE PROTECTION WUPS IN DOVER/PLANT CITY WATER USE CAUTION AREA 424 

    APPENDIX D HISTORIC PUMPAGE AND PER CAPITA RATES FOR WUPS WITH ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITIES > 1 MGD 426  TABLE D‐1. PUBLIC SUPPLY UNADJUSTED GROSS PER CAPITA WATER USE 427 

    APPENDIX E 2012 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION UNIFORM PER CAPITA REPORT 434  TABLE E‐1: UNIFORM PER CAPITA REPORT, 2012 435 

    APPENDIX F ESTIMATED WATER USE REPORT METHODOLOGY AND CHANGES 446 

  • 2012 ESTIMATED WATER USE REPORT

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Estimated Water Use (EWU) Report summarizes the withdrawal and use of regulated groundwater and surface water from natural surface water bodies in the Southwest Florida Water Management District (District). The EWU report is a data source for a variety of water supply planning and management purposes; although it’s not used to determine compliance with terms and conditions water use permits (WUPs). The report is based primarily on statistical analyses of metered pumpage records in the District’s Water Management Information System (WMIS). In the District, there were 7,915 unique WUPs in active status in 2012 that were permitted for 1,911 million gallons per day (mgd) on an annual average basis. Permitted water use is categorized under five generalized use type categories: agriculture (AG), industrial/commercial (I/C), mining/dewatering (M/D), public supply (PS), and recreation/aesthetic (R/A). Domestic self‐supply use (DSS) for small private wells, typically in rural areas without access to a public supply system, is not regulated under WUPs. Estimations for domestic self‐supply in the District were calculated for thi