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Urban water cycle

Urban water cycle

With 70 percent of the world's population to live in cities by 2050, the urban water cycle is an increasingly important topic. Urban water cycle includes water treatment, distribution through an underground system of pipes, which is then used by households, industries and businesses. The wastewater is then collected by sewers and treated. 

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