A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee
A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Hong Kong pours out 5.5 billion bathtubs of water a year and it ‘needs a plan to reduce waste’

City relies on Dongjiang in mainland China for 80 per cent of its water, with a price that has progressively increased in last decade, currently paying HK$4.22 billion a year regardless of how much gets used

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A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee
A section of the Dongjiang system, which supplies a majority of Hong Kong’s water. Photo: Dickson Lee
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