In both water scarce and water rich regions, continued growth of agriculture, industry and urban consumption patterns drives both increased demand for clean water and increased costs for controlling pollution and protecting natural ecosystems. Yet at the same time as water scarcity is intensifying around the world, and water pollution is increasing costs of avoiding ecosystem degradation, extreme weather, floods, and other incidences of excess water are also on the rise. KPMG seeks to provide some context to this complex discussion and a few examples of how leading organisations around the world are managing their water issues.
KPMG offers support across the water cycle from tap and back. This includes the full spectrum of activities involved in management of the natural resource, the abstraction of water and it management as a service followed by the management of safe and sustainable collection and discharge of wastewater back into the natural resource.
We have advised South African entities on the following water projects.
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