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Reclaim from the Drain - The Importance of Water Reuse
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Reclaim from the Drain - The Importance of Water Reuse

Reclaim from the Drain - The Importance of Water Reuse
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Reclaim from the Drain - The Importance of Water Reuse

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Water shortages are becoming more frequent due to both naturally changing conditions and human impact. Despite water making up the majority of the Earth’s surface we have access to only 2.5% and with an ever growing population, alternative sources must be sought to meet the demand. 

Reclaimed water is a growing source globally and has been proven to be safe and effective in supplying the increasing demand. The World Water Congress and Exhibition, taking place this week in Australia, will focus on sustainable water solutions, including wastewater processing as a key topic. 

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