Solving for water security at the source (World Bank blogs)

New York City faced a challenge in the 1990s: the city needed a new water filtration system to serve its nearly 8 million people. But the prospect of spending $6 to 10 billion on a new water treatment plant, and another $100 million on annual operating costs, was daunting. So, city officials took a closer look at the source of their water—the Catskill Mountains.

https://blogs.worldbank.org/water/solving-water-security-source

ANDREA ERICKSON

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