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In Singapore, 40 per cent of water supply comes from recycled sewage

Giant pumps whirr deep underground at a plant in Singapore that helps transform sewage into water so clean it is fit for human consumption while reducing ocean pollution.The tiny island nation has little in the way of natural water sources and has long had to rely principally on supplies from neighbouring Malaysia.To boost self-sufficiency, the government has developed an advanced system for treating sewage involving a network of tunnels and hi-tech plants.Recycled waste water can now meet 40…Source

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