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This is Singapore's plan to avoid running out of water

There is a countrywide push to cut Singapore's daily consumption by 8% by 2030. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Michael Taylor

Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Claudio Accheri

Reporter, Thomson Reuters

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ipes carrying water from Malaysia to Singapore run alongside the causeway towards Woodlands Checkpoint in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su
Reutens-Tan shows a water-saving device installed in his shower in Singapore. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Michael Taylor
A view of a fountain at the Marina Barrage facility in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su
A view of the reverse osmosis system used in the water purification process at a NEWater wastewater reclamation plant in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su
A view of the Marina Barrage, which separates freshwater and seawater, in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su
Employees monitor the operations at a NEWater wastewater reclamation plant in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

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Bottles of NEWater reclaimed wastewater are displayed at the NEWater Visitor Center in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

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