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Pearl River - Drinking Water Quality

Date: 9/10/2013

The Pearl River or Zhu Jiang (Chinese) is an extensive river system in southern China. Measured from the farthest reaches of the Xi Jiang, the Pearl River system is China's third longest river (2,400 KM, after the Yangtze River and the Yellow river, and the second largest by volume (after the Yangtze). The Pearl River estuary, Bocca Tigris, is regularly dredged so as to keep it open for ocean...

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Arctic Blue Waters-Drinking Water

Date: 1/10/2013

“Over large parts of the world, humans have inadequate access to potable water and use sources contaminated with disease vectors, pathogens or unacceptable levels of toxins or suspended solids. Drinking or using such water in food preparation leads to widespread acute and chronic illnesses and is a major cause of death and misery in many countries. Water has always been an...

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Bulk Water Exports

Date: 30/04/2013

The time for bulk water is now. Various companies have tried to transport bulk water before but none have been situated in such a great location with exclusive rights and access to the water. We are the only company in the world in the position to start bulk water transport via ocean going vessels, port to port. Arctic Blue Waters provide water, freight on board (FOB) for either private...

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Global Water Summit 2013 - Water Shortage

Date: 26/04/2013

For many water shortage seems to be an out of sight out of mind issue, however the water shortage is becoming more server every year. Water leaders from around the world have recently met at the Global Water Summit in order to address the issue of the effect of increasing water shortages. Consideration: 1. The world's water systems will be the first to be affected by the impact...

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Government and Businesses Cooperation is Crucial in Dealing with Water Scarcity

Date: 19/04/2013

Worldwatch Institute's Vital Signs report "some 1.2 billion people - almost one fifth of the world live in areas of physical water scarcity, another 1.6 billion face what can be called an economic water shortage". Water shortages can be seen in Easter Africa, Australia, China and several...

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