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Access to water and sanitation remains a crucial issue of current concern in many countries. The issue of dwindling supplies of water must also be addressed in order to confront issues of future access to water.
Water is a free resource, but there are costs associated with processing and distributing it, as well as with treating wastewater. All those working in the water industry have a shared responsibility to ensure that these costs are affordable for everyone.
Water is one of the most tightly controlled foodstuffs in the world; but addressing requirements for transparency and confronting emerging pollution requires us to go above and beyond merely complying with regulations.
Open, transparent and balanced governance is a key factor in the performance of water services, and contributes to the existence of the right to water for everyone. Today, new models of engagement are emerging.