Report: Circular systems could save 400 billion cubic metres of water a year

Michael Holder
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ING Bank report argues closed loop systems in global water industry could provide cheaper and more eco-friendly alternative to desalination

Building more closed loop-thinking into a number of regional water supply systems around the world has the potential to save more than 400 billion cubic metres of water every year, a new report published...

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