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Three inescapable factors face us at the turn of the century. First, the climate, and with it the supply of water, is becoming more variable. Regardless of whether this variability is the result of man-made global warming, it seems to be with us. Secondly, demand for water will increase; in many countries domestic water use is currently less than 25 1/person-day and needs to increase if living conditions are to improve. In Great Britain, per capita use of water is low compared with many other western countries - including those that pay for water on a metered basis -...

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