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Water Scarcity

More than 1/3 of the world’s rapidly growing population will be forced to live without adequate water supply in 2025.
Drought and water stress, increasingly widespread, are reshaping water management strategies. As a result, the proliferation of wastewater reuse, including potable, efficiency tools like smart water, and desalination are on the rise across global hotspots.
Keith Hays, Vice President, Bluefield Research

Bluefield Perspective

What are you going to do when your government says, “Sorry folks, we are out of water.”? Drought-stricken, Cape Town residents have been mandated to use no more than 13.2 gallons (or 50 litres)…




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