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n Water&Sanitation Africa - Reducing water costs for food and beverage - industrial water

Volume 14 Number 6
  • ISSN : 1990-8857

Abstract

An estimated 14% more water will be required for agriculture and food production by 2030. With water scarcity becoming a more regular issue across large parts of Africa, avoiding a water crisis in the near future requires a smarter, holistic approach to water management across the value-adding chain of food production. “Optimising the costs of water in food production will be critical in ensuring overall costs of producing food remain in line with what consumers can afford,” explains Chris Braybrooke, GM: Marketing, Veolia Water Technologies.

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2019-11-19
2020-02-27

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