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Solving the Problem of Water Quality and Demand

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By 2025, India’s population is expected to hit 1.4 billion. The Water Resources Group estimates that the country’s available water supply will only meet about half the demand within 18 years. ...

By 2025, India’s population is expected to hit 1.4 billion. The Water Resources Group estimates that the country’s available water supply will only meet about half the demand within 18 years. India needs secure and safe supplies of water for sustained growth. GE is at work to help India efficiently use available water resources. Our products and services provide safe, clean water for citizens and businesses, treat wastewater for reuse and help create resource and environmental sustainability for the country.

GE Water & Process Technology solutions are employed across multiple sectors to efficiently manage water resources, protect assets and secure growth.

To know more from GE Water in India log on to: http://www.ge.com/in/products_services/water/

To know more about GE in India log on to: http://www.ge.com/in/

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