Middle Eastern countries stepping up water recycling efforts

The Middle East is the most water-scarce region on the globe with per capita water availability less than 20% of the world average; however, perversely, its per capita water usage is nearly 12% higher than global mean. The excessive consumption is incentivized by exceedingly low tariffs that, in som...

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