Which Water Supply is the Most Costly?

Singapore water supply has been described as one of the world’s most expensive.

However, it is a highly efficient supply, with the average per capita consumption of about 300 litres a day.

This is about double the amount of water used for domestic purposes, according to Singapore Water.

The city of Singapore uses more than three times the water per capita than the average city in the world, with its total water consumption reaching about 13,000 cubic metres per capita in 2020, according the Ministry of Environment and Local Government.

The government has been working to reduce water consumption in Singapore since the 1970s, with a number of measures including the use of bottled water and a strict ban on water bottling.

However it has also faced increasing water scarcity, with water-related deaths in Singapore increasing from 3,400 in 2008 to 8,700 in 2017, according figures from the Ministry.

The water shortage in Singapore has prompted a number to question the country’s water supply and water quality.

According to a study by The Water Foundation (TWF), Singapore was one of four cities in the country to be classified as “extreme” by the organisation in 2015.

The city was followed by Singapore, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The TWF’s report also said that Singapore was among the “most water-poor countries” in the region, with an average water consumption of just 5,800 litres per capita.

It also highlighted the country as having the highest level of water pollution, with 2,735,000 litres of polluted water pollution being discharged per 100,000 people.