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SPECIAL EDITION
DID YOU KNOW?

AyA reported that the per capita use is now 200 litres of water per day!

– 97.4% of the population receives water; but only 75.8% receives drinkable quality water, and only – 58.3% of the population is supplied with water submitted to a rigorous quality control system.
Of the main aqueducts only 19.7% have permanently operating disinfection equipment, while 80.3% do not have it.
– 31.3% of the population receives water without constant disinfection, which is a health risk.

  Worldwide water consumption doubles every twenty years, more than twice the proportion of the growth of the human population.

A prognosis of the United Nations is that two thirds of the world’s population will not have access to drinking water by the year 2025.


   

Letter from the Editors More >

 
   
In Costa Rica, Access to Water is a Right More > ASADA Study Points to Future Water Sources More >
   
Newly Imposed Water Fees Affect Nosara Populace More > Water, A Thorn in the Side for Tamarindo More >
   
Water: A Basic Need More > Did you Know? More >
   

War? What War? The Truth More >

How Can I Protect My Water Supply? More >
   

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