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July 8th, 2004
…And Not A Drop To Drink
Since launching the nanoWater initiative we have been flooded (if you’ll excuse the pun) with enquiries and messages of support from all corners of the globe. From the arid South Western United States to Australia, and from the permanently soggy Dutch polders to South East Asia, water is a major issue. In some cases there is not enough to meet demand, as developers in South East Spain found when the new government switched from a water diversion project to desalination plants, charging resorts 10 times more that residential consumers.
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