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Water usage at the time of event broadcasting

Final update date March 18, 2019

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In Yokohama City, water is supplied by a water distribution block system that divides the city into 25 districts, and each block has a reservoir and a pumping station. The reservoir can store about half of the amount of tap water used a day, and can respond to a sudden increase in usage. In addition, the pump station adjusts the amount of water and water pressure by following the pump according to the amount used, and supplies water to citizens stably.
In order to respond appropriately to such changes in water volume, we monitor these controls in the management room of the water purification plant 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and strive for stable water supply.

Water usage at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Games

In the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russian Games match of the Japan National Football Team, the use of characteristic water supply was seen in Yokohama city as the game progressed, so it will be released.

Group League

Water Use in Colombia
Japan vs. Colombia (Tuesday, June 19)

Water usage in the Battle of Senegal
Japan vs. Senegal (Monday, June 25)

Water Use Status in the Battle of Poland
Japan vs Poland (Thursday, June 28)

Study (Group League)

Looking at the changes in water usage in the World Cup Russia Group League against Japan, there were significant fluctuations compared to normal times due to the progress of the game.
Until the start of the game, the amount of water used continued to be higher than in normal times, and the amount of water used after the start of the first half decreased from normal times. This is presumed to have been used for bathing and other water in advance in preparation for watching TV.
In half-time, water usage increased sharply. This can be speculated that the customers watching the game used the water all at once to finish the toilets during the half time.
After the start of the second half, the amount of water used gradually decreased, and the amount of water used decreased compared to normal times.
Looking at the graph of water usage during the game, the overall usage tends to be smaller than normal time zones, and there is a tendency to see small waves that a graph valley is formed at the time of the goal and then rise again There is.
Even after the match, a sharp increase in water usage was seen as in half time.
This time it was held in Russia, and due to the time difference, it was a TV broadcast from night to midnight, but looking at the amount of water used, it was a result that showed how the citizens were glued. Was.

final tournament

Water usage in Belgium
Japan vs. Belgium (Tuesday, July 3)

Study (final tournament)

Looking at changes in water usage in the first round of the final tournament in Japan, there were significant fluctuations compared to normal times due to the progress of the game.
This game was a television broadcast from early morning to early morning, but as in the group league, water usage was higher than normal before the start of the game, but at the start, the usage decreased. Was. In the first half, the situation was almost flat, but in half time there was a sharp increase. Although it was almost flat after the start of the second half, a slight increase in water volume was seen after Belgium scored and tied. After the game, there was a sharp increase as in other games.
This is because many people got up early and watched the game more than usual, and it was speculated that they used water for breakfast, commuting, school preparation, etc. while worrying about TV, and attention was paid from the water usage. The result was that the degree was high.

For inquiries about water supply, please contact Water Works Bureau Customer Service Center.

Water Works Bureau Customer Service Center

Telephone: 045-847-6262 Fax: 045-848-4281
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Water Works Bureau Water Purification Department Water Purification Section

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