4 National Tap<br />
1) Reservoirs<br />A reservoiris an artificial lake is used to store water for future use .  <br />
Reservoirs<br />There are 15 reservoirs in Singapore.<br />Bedok Reservoir<br />JurongLake<br />KranjiReservoir<br />Lower...
  2)NEwater<br />NEWater is high-grade reclaimed water produced from treated used water that is purified further using adv...
2)NEwater<br />The first NEWater plants were opened in Bedok and Kranji in 2003, followed by Seletar in 2004, and UluPanda...
3) Imported water from Johor<br />Singapore has been importing water from Johor, Malaysia, under two bilateral agreements....
4)Desalination <br />Desalination is a processethat remove some amount of salt and other minerals from water. More general...
Credits<br />Tan Jun Wei<br />       (41)<br />     ( 2B )<br />
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  1. 1. 4 National Tap<br />
  2. 2. 1) Reservoirs<br />A reservoiris an artificial lake is used to store water for future use . <br />
  3. 3. Reservoirs<br />There are 15 reservoirs in Singapore.<br />Bedok Reservoir<br />JurongLake<br />KranjiReservoir<br />Lower Peirce Reservoir<br />Lower Seletar Reservoir<br />MacRitchieReservoir<br />Marina Reservoir<br />MuraiReservoir<br />PandanReservoir<br />Poyan Reservoir<br />PulauTekongReserv<br />SarimbunReservoirKranji Reservoirs -> <br />TengehReservoir<br />Upper Peirce Reservoir<br />Upper SeletarReservoir<br />
  4. 4. 2)NEwater<br />NEWater is high-grade reclaimed water produced from treated used water that is purified further using advanced membrane technologies, making the water ultra-clean and safe to drink.<br />NEWater has passed more than 65,000 scientific tests and surpasses World Health Organisation requirements.<br />
  5. 5. 2)NEwater<br />The first NEWater plants were opened in Bedok and Kranji in 2003, followed by Seletar in 2004, and UluPandan plant in March 2007. The fifth and the largest NEWater plant at Changi. <br />UluPandanNEWater Plant<br />
  6. 6. 3) Imported water from Johor<br />Singapore has been importing water from Johor, Malaysia, under two bilateral agreements. This will expire in 2011 and 2061.<br />
  7. 7. 4)Desalination <br />Desalination is a processethat remove some amount of salt and other minerals from water. More generally, desalination may also refer to the removal of salts and minerals. <br />In September 2005, Singapore turned on its fourth National Tap, with the opening of the SingSpring Desalination Plant in Tuas. The SingSpring desalination plant was PUB’s first public-private partnership (PPP) project. This plant can produce 30 million gallons of water a day (136, 000 cubic meters) and is one of the region’s largest seawater reverse-osmosis plants.<br />
  8. 8. Credits<br />Tan Jun Wei<br /> (41)<br /> ( 2B )<br />

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