The Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir, a water resource of Hong Kong, which gets most of its supply from the mainland. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong uses enough water to fill 500,000 swimming pools yearly – will it ever run dry?

  • Authorities seek to cut down on freshwater usage by 10 per cent by 2030
  • Deal with mainland and cheap supply scheme leaves little incentive to conserve
Topic |   Hong Kong water supply

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The Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir, a water resource of Hong Kong, which gets most of its supply from the mainland. Photo: Roy Issa
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