Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee

Think tank urges Hong Kong government to reconsider water import deal with mainland China

  • Up to 80 per cent of the city’s water is imported from Dongjiang in Guangdong, for which Water Supplies Department spends about HK$4.8 billion a year
  • Think tank asks the government to use reclaimed water, including harvested rainwater and treated waste water, to reduce its reliance on water from mainland

Topic |   Hong Kong water supply
Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Up to 80 per cent of Hong Kong’s water is imported from the Dongjiang in Guangdong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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