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Solutions for China's Water Crisis

Hardiman Solutions for China's Water Crisis

Thirty of China’s thirty-two largest cities and four hundred of its six hundred largest municipalities face serious water shortages and deterioration of water quality. In order to produce one unit of GDP, China uses seven to fifteen times more water than OECD countries.  Water prices in China do not reflect the reality of supply and demand.  China’s average water price is 70% to 80% below water prices in countries with no water shortage.

Opportunities in the Water Management and Treatment Industry in China

Hardiman Opportunities in the Water Management and Treatment Industry in China

There is a popular myth that China does not have enough water to satisfy the needs of its own population and industry.  Professor Hardiman exposes the truth behind water shortage, that inefficient infrastructure and failed water-education and management result in a culture of wastefulness.  Solving this dilemma is represents a lucrative opportunity for companies, and a brighter future for China.

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