Water technologies - what next
Posted by: Chitresh32176696
26th Oct 2021 05:27pm
Dear All, let's discuss on what kind of water technologies will capture the water market in coming years. Looking forward for your inputs
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I see recycled water and waste water use as inevitable and accepted in the future. This includes the treatment of sewage pumped below and left in water tables after treatment. The alternative is desalination plants or very little natural resources of water since rainfall declines.