The pie-charts for different sources of household utilities of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Kathmandu District is based on 2011 population census conducted by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of Nepal. As of 2011, most households (163,339) used tap water as their source of water while 53,275 households were depended on other source. Remaining households who used different types of water sources were: tube well (18,574), covered well (10,890), spout (4,830), uncovered well (1,341) and river stream (52). With reference to source of fuel, mostly used fuel was lp gas with total number of 239,297 households. The second top source of fuel households used was kerosene (7,541). Rest of households used different fuel sources, such as: firewood (4,439), other source (597), electricity (142), cow dung (82) and biogas (40). Similarly, electricity was primary source of light with total 249,949 households using it. Other households used kerosene (747), other source (282) and solar (105) as their source of light.
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(Chart Creator/Analyst: Milan Karki | Copyright: 2020 NepalArchives.Com | Date Created: January 2, 2020 | Data Source: CBS Nepal)
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