Investigating the Effective Factors on Household Water Consumption Using Spss Software in a Case Study of Mashhad

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Rahman Abizi

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Water is a valuable and irreplaceable commodity in the economic and social development of countries. Water in the economic value chain plays a very important role. In the first study, the pattern of consumption was determined and based on field research, it was found that the average consumption rate for the first group who was dissatisfied is 123.7 for spss software and 173.23 for the second group, which means that the satisfaction with the effect of the eye Intake is in use and increases with satisfaction. It is estimated that 56% of the relative quality of water is satisfied with the price of water and 46% of this quality is low. Given that the coefficient of sig in the spss is0.393, then There is not a meaningful relationship between the two variables of the income level and the amount of consumption of each person, so according to the result, the income level parameter does not have a significant effect on household consumption. Given that the sig coefficient in the spss results was 0.491 Therefore, age parameter has no significant effect on household consumption. Due to the fact that the coefficient here is 0.456, there is no significant relationship between the two variables of education and the average consumption of each person. The relationship between the number of households and the level of consumption of each person is determined by considering the coefficient sig, 0.078 which is very close to 0.05. Therefore, it is concluded that our relationship between the number of households is significant And according to the relationship obtained with the increase in the household population, the average consumption of each person is reduced. In other words, with the addition of each person to the family, the amount of 12.697 liters is lower than the average consumption of each individual in the family, therefore, households will be reduced by increasing household consumption.

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