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Wastewater treatment is also a critical component resulting in cleaner discharge, and allowing manufacturers to downcycle and recycle water, thereby reducing freshwater demand for ancillary uses while improving manufacturing efficiency.
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CDP Global Water Report 2018 (Resource)
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