Water accounts and statistics are of relevance for administrative bodies, researchers, NGOs, businesses, the educational sector and individuals - all with interests in water, pollution, resources, economic-environmental interactions, etc. To ensure international comparability, the waste accounts are prepared according to the UN statistical standard SEEA (System of Environmental-Economic Accounting) 2012.
Users are administrative bodies, researchers, NGOs, businesses, the educational sector and individuals - all with interests in water, waste water, resources, economic-environmental interactions, sustainable development etc. The water accounts will be further developed and extended in future releases as Statistics Denmark is working on a project to develop complete 'green national accounts' in 2015-17.
The statistics were published for the first time in December 2015, so it has not yet been possible to collect feedback from users.
The plans for the statistics are discussed with expert users in the user committee for economic-environmental statistics and accounts, contact for economic statistics and accounts (only in Danish).
The statistics are not covered by regulation.