Water-related costs aren't just a drop in the ocean

03/18/2013 | McKinsey Quarterly (free registration)

Water has a low nominal cost, but tariffs, disposal charges, and pumping and heating can inflate water's cost as much as a hundredfold, according to a McKinsey analysts. "Companies may be able to identify substantial savings by focusing on the broader economic costs of water," they write.

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