Climate change threatens Swedish water cost hike

Local: Sweden could see the costs of tap water rise in the future, said Rural Affairs Minister Eskil Erlandsson, as the government investigates how to secure a plentiful flow under the threat of climate change. "Water will become more expensive and Sweden needs to take action," said Erlandsson to news agency TT and added that national infrastructure requires more investment and water pipes need improved maintenance. "In comparison with the rest of Europe, we have cheap water in Sweden. We do see a threat,......

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