Clean Water for Turkey

Turkey invests massively in its infrastructure, especially in water treatment where there is still a pent-up demand. Wastewater from households and industry often flowed untreated into rivers -...
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Turkey invests massively in its infrastructure, especially in water treatment where there is still a pent-up demand. Wastewater from households and industry often flowed untreated into rivers – including recently in the eastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir. A grant helped to set up a water treatment plant – for the benefit of people and environment.

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