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14 billion litres of untreated wastewater is created each day in developing countries, but we don't know where it all goes

By Jacqueline Thomas, Lecturer in Environmental and Humanitarian Engineering, University of Sydney
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Untreated wastewater is responsible for the deaths of 800 children under five every day, and inflicts serious damage to the environment. Knowing where sewage ends up is vital.

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