Billions Of Gallons Of Water From Alaskan Lake To Be Shipped To India

Billions Of Gallons Of Water From Alaskan Lake To Be Shipped To India
Innovation

A first-of-its-kind large scale export of a natural resource from one country to another.

Naresh Kumar
  • 16 july 2010

In what could be a sign of things to come, a Texas-based water supply management company, S2C Global Systems, has announced it will ship billions of gallons of water annually from an Alaskan city to India. The company will buy water from the Blue Lake Reservoir in Sitka, Alaska and export over 3 billion gallons each year to India and other parts of Asia.

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