Croatia Clean Water Access 2000-2022

The percentage of people using drinking water from an improved source that is accessible on premises, available when needed and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination. Improved water sources include piped water, boreholes or tubewells, protected dug wells, protected springs, and packaged or delivered water.
  • Croatia clean water access for 2007 was 82.14%, a 0.04% increase from 2006.
  • Croatia clean water access for 2006 was 82.10%, a 0.04% increase from 2005.
  • Croatia clean water access for 2005 was 82.06%, a 0.04% increase from 2004.
  • Croatia clean water access for 2004 was 82.02%, a 0.04% increase from 2003.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name % of Population
Liechtenstein 100.00%
Kuwait 100.00%
Malta 100.00%
Monaco 100.00%
San Marino 100.00%
Singapore 100.00%
Gibraltar 100.00%
United Kingdom 99.99%
Netherlands 99.99%
Macao 99.98%
Germany 99.87%
Israel 99.86%
Luxembourg 99.77%
Norway 99.62%
Spain 99.58%
Sweden 99.54%
Belgium 99.42%
Guam 99.32%
Greece 99.21%
Hong Kong 98.99%
Bahrain 98.94%
Canada 98.36%
Japan 98.00%
Austria 97.90%
Virgin Islands (U.S.) 97.79%
France 97.22%
South Korea 97.19%
Czech Republic 97.03%
Cyprus 96.81%
St. Martin (French part) 96.70%
Qatar 96.60%
Finland 96.56%
Italy 96.09%
Slovak Republic 96.01%
Denmark 95.56%
Greenland 95.45%
United States 95.26%
Estonia 95.21%
Chile 95.12%
Ireland 95.02%
Switzerland 94.25%
Portugal 94.24%
Iceland 93.93%
Latvia 93.02%
Hungary 92.33%
Poland 91.78%
French Polynesia 91.77%
Andorra 90.64%
New Caledonia 90.38%
Slovenia 86.23%
Oman 85.05%
New Zealand 84.92%
Northern Mariana Islands 84.82%
Croatia 82.14%
Lithuania 76.40%
Puerto Rico 75.93%
Palau 74.38%
Croatia Clean Water Access - Historical Data
Year % of Population Annual Change
2007 82.14% 0.04%
2006 82.10% 0.04%
2005 82.06% 0.04%
2004 82.02% 0.04%
2003 81.97% 0.04%
2002 81.93% 0.04%
2001 81.89% 0.05%
2000 81.84% 0.05%