The Bedok NEWater plant in Singapore. Photo: AFP
The Bedok NEWater plant in Singapore. Photo: AFP
Singapore

In Singapore, 40 per cent of water supply comes from recycled sewage

  • The city state uses a system that transforms sewage into water so clean it is fit for human consumption while reducing ocean pollution
  • Recycled waste water can now meet 40 per cent of Singapore’s water demand – a figure that’s expected to rise to 55 per cent by 2060

Topic |   Singapore
The Bedok NEWater plant in Singapore. Photo: AFP
The Bedok NEWater plant in Singapore. Photo: AFP
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