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Drinking Water - UAE

Date: 16/01/2014

The Gulf News reported in August 2013 “Drinking Water in UAE comes under scanner”. Report states that without quality mark no water bottles will be allowed to be sold in the UAE market from March 2014. Dubai: All packaged drinking water sold in the UAE will have to have a quality mark issued by the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (Esma) by the end of the...

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Water Resources in Mexico

Date: 18/12/2013

The Wikipedia (free Encyclopedia) reports: Mexico has a total population of about 116,220,947 (July 2013 estimate), making it the eleventh most populous country in the world. Water resources management is a significant challenge for Mexico. Furthermore, water management is imposing a heavy cost to the economy. The arid northwest and central regions contain 77% ofMexico’s...

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Water Supply and Sanitation in India

Date: 11/12/2013

The Wikipedia (free Encyclopedia) reports: Drinking water supply and sanitation in India continue to be inadequate, despite longstanding efforts by the various levels of government and communities at improving coverage. The level of investment in water and sanitation, albeit low by international standards, has increased during the 2000s. Access has also increased significantly. For...

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Drinking Water - Taiwan

Date: 12/11/2013

Taiwan is an island nation of about 36,000 km2 located off the coast of south eastern mainland China, southwest of Okinawa and north of the Philippines. The island is officially known as and governed by the Republic of China. The nation is home to more than 23 million people and is one of the most densely populated places in the world. As a general rule, with the exception of Kaohsiung,...

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Drinking Water - The Ganges

Date: 5/11/2013

The BBC reported "the world's supply of fresh water is running out. Already one person in five has no access to safe drinking water". The Ganges The most sacred Hindu river, the Ganges, is so depleted that the Sundarban wetlands in India and the mangrove forests of Bangladesh are seriously threatened. It is also said to contain unacceptable levels of arsenic. As more trees are...

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