The charts indicate water consumption in three divisions such as industrial, agricultural and domestic use in six regions around the globe.
It is easily seen from pie charts that the water usage in industrial zones is roughly taken up a half of needs by developed countries, with 48% and 53% in North America and Europe, respectively. This is followed by agriculture, which is relative double as much as used by domestic in Europe, the corresponding figure shows triple in North America.
On the contrary, the developing regions consume water mainly for irrigation by 71% and 88% in South America and Central Asia. Whereas three in four developing regions show the water usage in the household are more than industrial usage, namely Africa, Central Asia, South America, account for 9%, 7%, 19% respectively, South East Asia uses water in reversing way.
Overall, developed regions and developing counterparts have completely different water consumption purposes regarding their own social demands.