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24/7 Water Supply in Beirut: Fantasy or Reality?

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Feb 08, 2017 / 0 Comments
Tags: Lebanon / Water / 2017
Mohamad Azakir | World Bank

Lebanon is a small country with a ridge of limestone mountains close to its coast. Most of its fresh water is stored in mountain snowcaps or in the ground, the rest of it washing through cracks and caverns into the sea, feeding the thousands of wells that supply water to the capital of Beirut and its surrounding areas along the way.


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