New Water vs. NEWater: Which is More Costly?

Event: Asia Water Week 2013: Securing Water for All (Main Event)

New Water vs. NEWater: Which is More Costly?

14 March 2013
Author / Speaker: 
Tiing Liang Moh, Public Utilities Board, Singapore - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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Faced with water shortages in the past, the Government of Singapore, through the Public Utilities Board, has embarked on a successful water recycling program called NEWater. A systems approach to water management, the NEWater concept works with limitations and opportunities of Singapore’s situation.

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