No. The total water use in the South West Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) in 2011 was 1,022 MGD. Of that, approximately 2 percent was used for mining operations. This includes water use for phosphate, peat, limestone, sand, shell and gravel mines. Mosaic’s share of the mining and dewatering category is less than 2 percent of the total water use in the region; a relatively small amount considering Mosaic’s water use permits cover a large area in multiple counties as well as several mines and manufacturing facilities.