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    Default Does SG have enough water to support 5m population?

    With the dry spell showing no sign of ending sg may face water crisis if this continue. Are there enough water to sustain the 5m population? So far there is no warning. Seem like the Newater and desalination plants are coping well or is water crisis looming? We already see shortage of hospital beds, school places, straining in other infra-structure like housing, road, buses and trains, water shortage will be a huge blow.

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    The PAP plans for the long term so don't worry about it. Have faith in your govt.

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    Some more next year 2011 water deal with Malaysia ends...

    Get ready to pay super high prices for water soon!

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    There is more than enough with the Marina Barrage and a population of 4 million.

    Unfortunately, greed prevails over self respect.

    Quote Originally Posted by gohsanho View Post
    With the dry spell showing no sign of ending sg may face water crisis if this continue. Are there enough water to sustain the 5m population? So far there is no warning. Seem like the Newater and desalination plants are coping well or is water crisis looming? We already see shortage of hospital beds, school places, straining in other infra-structure like housing, road, buses and trains, water shortage will be a huge blow.



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    Default Re: Does SG have enough water to support 5m population?

    Obviously not enough, thats why sinky rely alot frm matland on this area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    The PAP plans for the long term so don't worry about it. Have faith in your govt.
    So much for long term planning. Five decades have passed and we still have to rely on a neighbour for half of our needs...

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    Default Re: Does SG have enough water to support 5m population?

    Why not enough? you just have to pay more for it
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    Default Re: Does SG have enough water to support 5m population?

    Quote Originally Posted by gohsanho View Post
    With the dry spell showing no sign of ending sg may face water crisis if this continue. Are there enough water to sustain the 5m population? So far there is no warning. Seem like the Newater and desalination plants are coping well or is water crisis looming? We already see shortage of hospital beds, school places, straining in other infra-structure like housing, road, buses and trains, water shortage will be a huge blow.
    THe 'sai chui', shit water, you now drink from your tap is recycled multiple times from your toilet bowl and sinks. Such is the ingenuity of the PAPies!

    You think NEWwater is recycled only once? PAP wants you to eat and drink shit as often as possible. There is enough water but it is NoooooWater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leongsam View Post
    The PAP plans for the long term so don't worry about it. Have faith in your govt.
    So you are Australian citizen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gohsanho View Post
    With the dry spell showing no sign of ending sg may face water crisis if this continue. Are there enough water to sustain the 5m population? So far there is no warning. Seem like the Newater and desalination plants are coping well or is water crisis looming? We already see shortage of hospital beds, school places, straining in other infra-structure like housing, road, buses and trains, water shortage will be a huge blow.
    Why is the government not watering the dying plants instead paying contractors to cut grass and trees in this dry weather ?


    Is this corruption ?

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    With New Water technology, the more people shit and urine into our pipes the better it is. Airport transit is a good waste water catchment area.

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